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More than 1,400 bottles of "grand crus" from Burgundy's renowned Domaine de la Romanee-Conti wine estate will be auctioned off in Geneva Sunday in a sale expected to make millions.The estimates range from 1,600 Swiss francs for a 1966 bottle of La Tache to up to 200,000 francs for 12 bottles of an 1988 Romanee-Conti.Only 200 bottles are expected to be made there this year, and more than 100,000 people are on a waiting list to acquire a single bottle, Ganne said.Sunday's auction will also offer up around 3,000 bottles of grand crus from Bordeaux, including an 1848 bottle of Yquem, with an asking price of 15,000 francs, and 12 bottles of a 1982 Petrus that are expected to sell for 45,000 francs.
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