Two bottles of 1996 Domaine Philippe Nadeff Gevrey-Chambertin Les Cazetiers. Described as "nice ruby/garnet, touch of bricking on the rim. Nose is nice and ripe and meaty, with a touch of earthiness. Mouth entry is full, with good acidity and nice black fruit. Nicely full on the mid-palate and a good sweet earthy finish." Plus you will receive two pristine magnums of 1998 Barolo Bussia from the vineyards of Aldo Conterno from Piedmont region in Italy. Described as "Big nose of cigar box and tar. Palate has leather and smoke and dark nebbiolo fruit prominent with a good hit of acidity that balances the caramely quality of the fruit. Definite tannins that come calling at the mid-palate and extend on out along with the lingering fruit. Drinking really well."