Teams up with Zachys Wine Auction in Hong Kong
October 29 , 2015, the world's largest online luxury marketplace, has teamed up with Zachys Wine Auction for their final auction of the Fall 2015 Hong Kong season, showcasing collections of some of the finest wines and spirits. The auction will feature incredibly rare collections from over 1,000 lots, exclusively selected and sourced by industry experts. Auctioning from 9:30am Hong Kong time on October 31 at the JW Marriott in Hong Kong.

"The results of our September single owner sale were spectacular -- 100% sold and selling over high estimate -- proving once again that Zachys is the only auction house that consistently offers the most desirable rarities on the market today. This is why it made total sense to partner with, as we have strong synergies" commented Anais Marmonier, Zachys Marketing Manager in Hong Kong.

As a connoisseur of luxury items, Luxify is looking forward to reaching out to the growing local market of fine and rare wines and spirits. "Hong Kong is an exciting hub where people have a passion for what they drink. They take pride in collecting some of the most special and rarest editions," says Florian Martigny, co-founder of He adds that to settle into the bubbling market, he has clinked forces with Zachys Wine Auction, an experienced veteran with a pulse of the region.

With over 20 years in the trade of wine auctions, Zachys Wine Auction is like a true vintage. From starting off as a family retail business in the United States of America seventy years back, it has since grown to become one of the largest global retailers of Bordeaux, as well as a key auctioneer and purveyor of fine wines and whiskies throughout the world. In recent times, it has also been instrumental in bringing virtual auctions - "eAuctions" - into Asia. For its upcoming live auction in Hong Kong, it promises to host an impressive exhibition in synergy with

Highlights will feature 149 bottles of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, including 8 Assortments, Domaine Leroy, Henri Jayer Grands Crus. 36 cases of Bordeaux from the legendary 1982 vintage, almost all in original wood case and will finish with some of the rarest Scottish and Japanese Whiskies.

The auction is expected to rake in a total of up to US$6.2m.

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