A recently established Italian producer is positioning itself as a new addition to the region’s prestigious Super Tuscan movement.
Super Tuscan estate Ornellaia has raised CAD$126,500 (£69,000) through its annual charitable auction of large format bottles from the producer’s Vendemmia d’Artista series.
The Liv-ex indices continued their decline throughout May with first growth prices continuing to sink and non-Bordeaux fine wines strengthening their position in the market.
As Ornellaia unveiled the artistic collaboration for its latest 2011 vintage release, the Super Tuscan brand claimed that its wines are proving a “more solid” investment than gold or oil.
Is there a correlation between great Super Bowls and great fine wine vintages? There is…sort of…if you squint very hard.
Ornellaia celebrated its 25th vintage release by raising £275,000 last night for the Royal Opera House in London, as well as conducting an extensive vertical tasting.
The wine cellars of renowned Tuscan estate Marchesi Antinori have opened to the public for the first time in the company’s 628-year history.
Ornellaia is celebrating its 25th anniversary with limited edition large format bottles decorated by a leading figure of the Italian modern art movement.
Maisons Marques et Domaines has been named as the UK agent for Castiglion del Bosco.
As prices stabilise and Robert Parker prepares to re-evaluate 2010, Jon Barr, director of EF Wines, has declared “Bordeaux appears to be back”.
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