Wines and architecture of design, breathtaking views and music at sunset.
Pandolfini auction, the Super Tuscan by Castellare will be auctioned at Christie’s on December 2 and 3 in the rare formats of 15 and 18 L accompanied by a precious art book with illustrations of the 40 birds depicted on the labels of the first 40 vintages.
Sold at a record price at
DCC Global Tasting organized by Domini Castellare di Castellina to celebrate the 40 harvests of I Sodi di S. Niccolò, the Super Tuscan by Castellare di Castellina.
Great participation to the third edition of the
40 harvests, 40 years of history. It was 1977 when I Sodi di S. Niccolò, the Supertuscan from Castellare di Castellina made from Sangioveto and Black Malvasia grapes, two indigenous varieties of Chianti Classico, was bottled for the first time.
“They produce world-class wines; they are leaders in their regions; and witness the diversity, heritage and authenticity that are the hallmarks of Italian wine”. With these words, Wine Spectator executive editor, Tom Matthews, describes the 34 Italian best wineries that have been always awarded by OperaWine during the 10 editions of the event.