Please note that the results listed on this page are inclusive of Finarte Buyer's Premium and exclusive of any applicable taxes and costs, unless otherwise noted.
Fine Italian Wines & Port Wines (lots 1 -285)
A wide selection of the most important wines of Piedmont will be auctioned, from Monfortino of Giacomo Conterno to Rinaldi Barolo, Mascarello, Borgogno, Sandrone, Parusso and Voerzio, and Gaja Barbarescos. From Tuscany in evidence Sassicaia from the legendary vintage 1985 to the very recent 2018 and Montevertine, with Sodaccio and Pergole Torte; Brunello of great prestige with Biondi Santi, Soldera, Altesino and Pieve di Santa Restituta di Gaja. Interesting overview of Southern Italy where Montevetrano stands out, Terra di Lavoro from Campania and Sicily, great Marsala di Florio.
From Marsala to Porto: the day ends with an exciting selection from Portugal, where the very rare Porto Colheita Niepoort 1934 and Porto Colheita Burmester 1937 stand out.
Friday 22 October, 4 PM
Fine French Wines & Whiskies (lots 286 -498)
In this second session we start of journey from France, with the rare Latour 1945, Margaux 1949 and Mouton 1928, a wide selection of Sautern where an extraordinary Yquem 1967 stands out, a beautiful representative of Burgundy and Champagne, with Dom Perignon and Krug in evidence. The selection of spirits still starts in France, with prestigious and unobtainable Armagnac and Cognac, and culminates with whiskeys from Canada, Japan, Ireland, USA (note the Van Winkle Family Reserve 14 YO 1970) and of course Scotland, with the sought after Macallan, Bowmore in the Sea Dragon 30 year edition.
Milan / Via Paolo Sarpi, 6
The Buyer's Premium calculated on the hammer price is 20%.
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Until Firday 22 October from 10 AM to 6 PM.
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Milan / Via Paolo Sarpi, 6
Conditions of Sale
The oldest Cantina in Barolo presented in a collection from 1931 to 2014.
This is the extreme synthesis to present the Finarte auction on June 9th, where an extraordinary selection of Barolo Borgogno of over 1,900 bottles will be auctioned, covering the time period 1931-2014 with great completeness: 1931, 1937, 1947, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959 and then all the vintages produced without neglecting even one until 2014, with very rare bottles of Barolo Storico Crus and the most recent Crus, which the Farinetti management decided to enhance after the company’s acquisition in 2008.
The bottles, preserved with extreme care, have been viewed one by one by the Borgogno company which guarantees their authenticity and essential conservation requirements.
The collection is offered in lots divided into several large complementary verticals that offer the entire history of 1931-2014, in smaller verticals focused on specific periods and selections of targeted vintages and particular Crus.
The Monographic auction of the Barolo Borgogno 1931-2014 Collection will be preceded by two tasting events dedicated to collectors in Milan and Rome.