Sine qua non Patine Grenache 2011
Maybach Materium 2014
Robert Parker 100
Molly dooker VELVET GLOVE 2010
Robert Parker 97
Molly Dooker Enchanted Path 2010
Comando G par
2020 Rozas 1er vino de Paraje
2019 La Bruja de Rozas
Giuseppe Mascarello Langhe Nebbiolo 2020
Perfect red-fruited Langhe Nebbiolo from G. Mascarello
Elio Sandri Barolo Perno Vigna Disa Riserva 2015
Elio Sandri's greatest wine, which has become incredibly difficult to find.
Domaine Raveneau Chablis sæt 2012
1er cru Butteaux 2019
Grand Cru Blanchot 2012
Bersano Barolo 1964
Beautiful color and reasonable condition.
Store in a wine fridge.
Elio Sandri Langhe Nebbiolo 2019-2020
Fantastic producer making outstanding Langhe Nebbiolo.
Principiano Boscareto 2016
Principiano's top wine from 2016. It is made with whole clusters, which give the wine a completely unique aroma and taste. Stored at 12 degrees.
Tullamore Dew Blend of Rare Old Irish Whiskey Ceramic Decanter 1960
Tullamore Dew Blend of Rare Old Irish Whiskey Ceramic Jar 1960s 750mL - Here we have a very rare distillery bottling of Tullamore Dew from the Midleton distillery in Dublin. This jar contains Uisge Baugh A blend of rare old Irish whisky (thought to be around 12 years). This ceramic jar dates to about the mid 1960s and is excellent condition complete with the hang tag
Barbaresco Elvio Pertinace "Vigneto Castellizzano" 1982
A wine which, as the counter-label of the time states, "does not come from ancient possessions, but from man's toil"; and which has a challenging and dutiful goal: to redeem the wine of Treiso
Pertinace, starting from the name, borrowed from the Roman leader and emperor Publio Elvio Pertinace, who was born where the cellar stands, has been witness since 1973 of an attachment to the land and to tradition that has never made concessions to fashions and trends. On a technical level, Pertinace has developed a style of vinification and aging that has remained faithful to the large barrels, even when the barrique winds blew strongly on those hills.
Treiso is part, together with Barbaresco, Neive and San Rocco Seno d'Elvio, of the 4 municipalities of Barbaresco DOCG; for some years the disciplinary has introduced the Additional Geographical Mentions, micro-territories to which the name of the vineyard can be added, including Castellizzano, Marcarini and Nervo, well represented in the Pertinace range.
Today the winery represents 20 members, for 110 hectares of regular rows that wind through the hills of the Langhe, and produces great Barbaresco DOCG in respect of tradition, with an aging capacity of up to 40 years, as evidenced by some 1982 magnums kept , but not jealously, in the cellar.
A wine, Barbaresco, which karma always has to deal with the other expression of Nebbiolo, Barolo, with respect to which, without detracting from the c.d. "King of wines", however, emerges for finesse, elegance, and great combinations.
Bentivoglio Tenuta Farneta Sangiovese Toscana IGT 1999
Bentivoglio is the expression of 3 fundamental concepts of the new Tuscan viticulture and enology of red wines.
Grape variety: Clonal selection Sangiovese
Yield per vine: very low Aging: in oak wood
The great Sangiovese grape variety with its olfactory and gustatory elegance loves aging in French oak barrels. For this reason, Tenuta Farneta has kept it partly in French barriques and partly in 30 HL barrels. For about 18 months the refinement in the bottle followed
Spanna Umberto Fiore 1971
Fabulous bottle of Spanna Umberto Fiore dated 1971 in magnum format in excellent condition in all respects.
The Spanna is an Italian red wine produced from Nebbiolo grapes grown within the boundaries of the municipality of Gattinara which is located in the hills north of the province of Vercelli, north-west of Novara in Piedmont. The wine is made from a minimum of 90% Nebbiolo grapes and is renowned for its longevity. Notes: a fleshy and full-bodied wine with a subtle and clean nose. Hints of tar and bark, with nuances of cherries and rose petals. Light tannins.
Sizzano Ponti 1964
Lot consisting of 6 bottles of Sizzano wine. Properly aged Sizzano and a roast wine such as Ghemme, Gattinara, Barolo and Barbaresco. Compared to these it is less alcoholic and lighter in body and can also be accompanied by other dishes. To taste it at its best, uncork it a few hours before and serve it at room temperature
Spumante Contratto metodo Classico Millesimato Pas Dosè 2'13 2013
The Spumante Pas Dosé is the homage of Contract to its first vintage sparkling wine produced in Italy in 1919. With feminine, gentle, elegant and delicate features, it enchants with its fresh, lively and soft drink, revealing a very fragrant bouquet of citrus fruits, dried fruit, mineral flavors and pastry elements
Barbaresco Gaja 1970
A wine and a producer who need no introduction. 1 Babaresco Gaja from 1970 with the peculiarity of the magnum format
Barbaresco Gaja 1970 with a very bright brick color, explosive on the nose, with persistent notes of dog rose, pipe tobacco and morello cherries in alcohol, an earthy sensation of leather and carob give breadth to the olfactory picture in which white pepper stands out overwhelmingly.
A magnum format bottle, perfect in all respects, a bottle to collect and only later, if you are lucky, a wine to taste.
Barolo Giordano 1981
Fabulous bottle of Barolo Giordano 1981
Deep red color with garnet reflections; intense and complex marasca cherry scent, enveloped in hints of vanilla; full but never aggressive taste, with balsamic notes in the finish of great persuasion