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Several verticals among the great Italian wines, especially in Tuscany, including a beautiful 18 vintages of Sassicaia from Tenuta San Guido and a vertical of Tignanello complete with all the vintages produced from 1998 to 2009. The most effective and fascinating way to get to know the wine you love in depth. In the Burgundy section, several Grand Cru, including from producers of the calibre of Henri Jayer and Domaine de la Romanee-Conti: the ultimate expression of the combination of Pinot Noir and terroir. Finally, Scotland and some of the most sought-after Single Malts: the Red Ribbon 1950 and two 25 Anniversary Malts from Macallan, great bottlings from Islay with Laphroaig Prime Malt and Ardbeg Provenance, but also a rare Glenfarclas 21 YO and two Cristal Decanters containing malts distilled before World War II.
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Rome / Via Quattro Novembre, 114
Thursday 08 June 2023, 3:00 pm - SESSION 2 (Lots 150-293)
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ExhibitionLOTS CAN BE VIEWED ONLY BY APPOINTMENT
Until Wednesday 7 June from 10am to 6pm
Milan / Via Paolo Sarpi, 6
The won lots of this auction are in the warehouse in Milan and therefore they cannot be picked up in Rome at the end of the auction but only by appointment with the Department.
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.