The Magnificent Five: Christie’s Most Famous Cellars

Actors, industry giants, big names in entertainment, they all possessed a “good cellar” with prestigious vintages sold at auction on their deaths (or during their lifetimes). Here are the stories of the five best cellars that have gone up for sale.

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