el bulli Auktion

Ferran Adria versteigert seinen Weinkeller am 3. April in Hongkong und am 26.4. in New York – Ausserdem werden viele Ausstattungsartikel versteigert – alles für die neue elBulli Stiftung

Hier die Info von Sothebys:
The elBulli Wine Cellar to be sold at Sotheby’s in New York and Hong Kong in April 2013 – Proceeds To Benefit The elBulli Foundation

“ElBulli restaurant is transforming into the
elBulliFoundation. Thanks to this sale, our work
on gastronomic creativity can continue” says Ferran Adrià.
Sotheby’s is delighted to announce the dates for the much
anticipated auction of the elBulli wine cellar. On 3
April 2013 in Hong Kong and 26 April 2013 in New York, Sotheby’s will offer wines from the cellar of the
celebrated Catalan restaurant that closed last year. Founded over 50 years ago in 1961, elBulli was led by
Ferran Adrià for the last 27 years.

Further details and an elBulli video on the Foundation can be found at
www.sothebys.com/elbulli

Ferran Adrià said: “The elBulliCellar comprises an ex
ceptional and unique collection of wines, that was
created and developed by Juli Soler and the elBulli
sommelier team (Agustí Peris, Eloi Sànchez, Isabelle
Brunet, Lucas Payà, David Seijas and Ferran Centelles)
. Due the transformation of elBulli, from a restaurant
to a Foundation, we decided this very special and per
sonal collection should be used to make a founding
contribution to help ensure the successful launch of the
elBulliFoundation. In order to make this possible, we
contacted Sotheby’s, who have already shown themselves
to be a very special and enthusiastic partner,
immediately understanding the purpose of the elBulli
Foundation. Thanks to Sotheby’s, we now have a
wonderful objective: to raise funds for the elBulliFound
ation. Both personally, and on behalf of all the
elBulliFoundation team, I would like
to thank collectors all over the world for their contributions. Also, my
special thanks to Juli Soler – this story would never have
been possible without his work and dedication during
all these years.”

Serena Sutcliffe M.W., Head of International Wine Department at Sotheby’s said: “Those of us lucky enough
to have dined at elBulli will never forget the extraordinary sensations laid before us. There was both an
explosive genius about the food and a calm, professional
way in which it was delivered, so that one could
discover with awe all the secrets of smoke, foam and spheres of liquid involving melon to olives. There was
surprise, delight and elation in every dish, a seamless procession of magic that opened up before one’s eyes,
only to disappear in a moment of bliss! The extra ingredient in these meals was the intuitive pairing of these
creations with the enticing, and phenomenally interesting, wine list. We are delighted to be able to bring these
wines to auction so collectors all over the world can share the enchantment of elBulli.”

Under the leadership of Ferran Adrià and Juli Soler, the cutting
edge gastronomy of elBulli is recognized as having changed
culinary history by reworking ingredients into new forms and
combinations. It was feted with
awards including topping the
Restaurant Magazine list of the world’s 50 best restaurants five
times, with Adrià frequently named the world’s greatest chef.
Since closing in July 2011 elBulli is transforming to become the
elBulliFoundation, an experimental centre looking at the process
of innovation and creativity and sharing the results via the new
website Bullipedia.

Juli Soler has been Director of elBulli since 1981,
and was responsible for hiring Ferran Adrià with whom he
has been a long-time partner at elBulli. In reference to the
elBulli Cellar, Juli has always had a special love for
classical wine regions, such as Burgundy, Bordeaux, Sherry, Rioja, Cava and Champagne among others, and
his areas of expertise are very well reflected in this person
al collection.He has been a keen participant at the
annual Hospices de Beaune auction and has also received
prestigious national and international awards, such
as: Chevalier de Champagne, “Gueridón de Oro 2011” and “National Gastronomy Award to the best Service
Manager”.

Juli is one of the most knowledgeable figures in the world of gastronomy and a universal reference among
dining room staff and sommeliers. He has been and is an
inspiration for all those associated with the world of
cooking. Juli announced in October that he will retire from his executive management position at the
elBulliFoundation. However, the elBulliFoundation team are more committed than ever to preserving Juli’s
legacy and work in gastronomic history
through the elBulliFoundation project.

ABOUT FERRAN ADRIA
Ferran Adrià is widely seen as the most revolutionary
chef of our time and the most original mind in
contemporary gastronomic history. However, he is recognized beyond the world of gastronomy:
Ferran Adrià was named as one of the “100 world ́s most influential people” by Time Magazine.
Sommelier Ferran Centelles with Juli Soler, Honorary
President of the elBulli Foundation

The elBulli team
Ferran Adrià has also awarded honorary doctorates by
the Universities of Barcelona and Valencia in
Spain and Aberdeen in Scotland. Gold Medal of European Merit, Gold Medal of Merit in Fine Arts
and Madrid Creativity Prize. In 2004, the Camilo
José Cela University set up the Ferran Adrià Chair
in Gastronomic Culture and Food Sciences in order to bring the world of gastronomy closer to the
education system, promoting the study and research of food sciences at an advanced level.
He is the only chef who has participated in the prestigious contemporary art exhibition Documenta
(Kassel) in 2007 and also the only one to receive the most acclaimed design award in Europe: the
Raymond Loewy Foundation’s Designer Award.
As chairman of the Advisory Board of Fundación Alicia (Food and Science), Ferran Adrià leads a
unique project in search of new ways for a better an
d more balanced nutrition patterns in the future.
The Fundación Alicia and Harvard University
have recently reached a collaboration agreement
entitled
Dialogues between science and cooking.

He has transformed the worlds of food and cuisine and his contribution to contemporary culture has
been highlighted on many occasions.

ELBULLIFOUNDATION
The auctions will present collectors all over the world with an opportunity to acquire the wines that were
enjoyed by diners at his restaurant, some of which
were labeled exclusively for the three Michelin star
establishment.
Proceeds from the sale will benefit the elBulliFoundati
on that will focus its activity on ‘Creativity.’ Over the
two sales 8,807 bottles will be offered with a pre-sale estimate of $1.1/1.6 million. The Foundation will study
the efficiency of the innovation processes, and ho
w they are recorded and audited, using cooking as a
language that interacts with other disciplines. All the
results will be shared through Bullipedia, the
technological platform of elBulliFoundation dedicated
to codifying the knowledge and organizing new ideas
and concepts. This work will be based on the following criteria:

We will not have timetables.
We will not allow reservations.
We will not have routines.
It must not be predictable
A new challenge should be faced every day.
It will need to take risks.
We will have freedom.
We will stay creative.
There will be freedom of creativity.

Auction Highlights
SPAIN:
Over 2,000 bottles of Spanish wine estimated at over $200,000 – $300,000
-Nearly 100 bottles and six different vintages of Vega Sicilia “Unico”
from 1987 to 1996
-Seven different vintages of Vega Sicilia Valbuena from 1995 -2002
-Nine different vintages and 157 bottles of Pingus
-Six different vintages of Clos Erasmus
-Four different vintages of Clos Mogador
-Over 225 bottles from Bodegas Artadi, featuring their Grandes
Añadas and Pagos Viejos
– Eight different vintages of Alvaro Palacios’ Finca Dofi from 1994 –
2007
– Thirteen different vintages of Alvaro Palacios’ L’Ermita from 1993
– 2007

RHONE:
415 Bottles from Château de Beaucastel
Including:
-Eight vintages of Château de Beaucastel Blanc
-Eight vintages of Château de Beaucastel Blanc Vieilles Vignes
-Thirteen vintages of Château de Beaucastel Rouge from 1983-2004 featuring bottles, magnums, and
Jeroboams

The highest value lot in the sale: 3 bottles of Domaine
de la Romanée Conti, Romanée Conti 1990,
est. $32,500 – $47,500
-Four vintages of Château de Beaucastel, Hommage à Jacques Perrin featuring bottles and magnums
Further highlights include multiple vintages of Hermit
age from JL.Chave, Hermitage, La Chapelle from Paul
Jaboulet Aîné and Côte Rôtie, La Landonne, La Mouline and La Turque from Guigal

BORDEAUX:
-All five First Growths are present in multiple vintages highlighted by full cases of bottles and magnums of
Château Latour 2005
-Over 20 Duclot Groupe Assortment cases from 2002,
2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 all available in parcel
quantities
– Five vintages of Yquem from 1989 -2001 featuring 5 different formats

RED BURGUNDY:
Over 1,400 bottles total
Estimate: $340,000 – $486,000
Over 124 Bottles of DRC including:
-7 Vintages of Echézeaux
-5 Vintages of Grands Echézeaux
-5 Vintages of Richebourg
-7 Vintages of Romanée St. Vivant
-7 Vintages of La Tâche
-5 vintages of Romanée Conti, including three bottles of 1990
Over 500 bottles of Lucien Le
Moine including Romanée St.
Vivant, Richebourg and Mazis Chambertin featuring multiple
vintages, formats and parcel quantities of
-Pommard, Hospices de Beaune, Cuvée Dames de la Charité
-Corton Clos du Roi, Hospices de Beaune, Cuvée Baronne du Bay

Many additional offerings from other standout producers: Bouchard Père et Fils, Domaine Leroy, Méo-
Camuzet, Marquis d’Angerville, Domaine des Comtes Lafon
A selection of affordable lots in the sale:
12 bottles of Domaine de la Grange des Peres
Rouge 2001, est. $600 – 800
6 magnums of Domaine Cheze St. Joseph
Cuvée Prestige de Caroli
ne 1999, est. $50 – 100
12 bottles of Les Laquets Cahors 2000,
est. $200 – 300

WHITE BURGUNDY:
Over 1,000 bottles
Estimate: $166,000 – $228,000
28 bottles of Montrachet from DRC from 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990,
1991, 1998, 1999, 2000,
2001, 2003, 2004
Over 600 bottles of Lucien Le Moine including Corton
Charlemagne, Chevalier Montrachet and including multiple
vintages, formats and parcel quantities:
Corton Vergennes, Hospices de Beaune, Cuvée Paul Chanson.
Many additional offerings from other standout producers
Domaine Leflaive, Maison Henri Boillot, Domaine des Comtes
Lafon

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
-1,300 bottles of Vin de Pays de l’Hérault, Domaine de la Grange
des Pères available in parcel quantities from vintages spanning
1992 to 2001
– Multiple offerings of rare Oloroso and Solera Sherry dating back to 1830
– 70 bottles of Silex and Pur Sang from the late Didier Dagueneau

Übrigens, bei kochmesser.de finden sich noch viele neue Collectionsteile der elBulli Collection: www.kochmesser.de/ferran-adria.html

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