The department offers its own experience through the selection of exclusive private wine cellars.
Beauty, understood as a universe of multifaceted sensorial complexities, has witnessed in the last year the birth of a new department dedicated to whom behind a label, beyond the investment, reads the history of a territory and long handed down secrets.
The first wine auction organized by #IlPonte turns out to be a winning bet, capturing the attention of enthusiasts by recording 88% of lots sold and 133% revaluation of base prices.
The section dedicated to France, the great protagonist of the sale, enlivened the enchantment from the beginning, through which the first top lots of the enchantment were configured: the two 1993 vintage bottles of Richebourg Grand Cru (lot 26, sold € 4,125), the twelve bottles from the 1990 class of Château Palmer (lot 8, sold € 2,250), the bottle of Château Margaux Cru Classé 1990 (lot 17, sold € 1,000). The Domaine Romanée Conti with the 1960 La Tache Grand Cru (lot 31, sold € 1,125) is always highly sought after among collectors.
Italian wines also marked an excellent bid for relaunches, from the lands of Nebbiolo with the 1990 Gaja Costa Russi (lot 38, sold € 812.50) to those of the renowned Super Tuscans, where the bottle of Tignanello Marchesi Antinori 1995 stood out (lot 57, sold € 562.50) and the large section dedicated to Sassicaia with the collection of twelve bottles of the 1986 vintage (lot 100, sold € 2,750), the six bottles of the 1987 vintage (lot 74, sold € 1,187, 50) and the six-bottle group from 1989 (lot 85, sold € 1,375).