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The Most Expensive Italian Wines

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The Most Expensive Italian Wines

Dal Romano Dal Forno Vigneto di Monte Lodoletta, Recioto della Valpolicella DOCG – 341 €

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It is made in very small amounts and in hard occasions. The Vigna Seré has an opulence and density that is unlimited, with prominent prune sour black cherries, chocolate, raspberries and coffee. A level of acidity that is good holds the refined tannins which with their elegance and sweetness give lots of moments to remember. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Giuseppe Quintarelli Amabile del Cere Passito Bianco Veneto IGT – 347 €

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This wine has be there for a very long time, it was produced by Bianco Veneto. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Case Basse di Gianfranco Soldera Brunello di Montalcino Riserva DOCG – 360 €

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This is yet another big personality from Montalcino. The wine which was ageing in his cellar was all destroyed by an ex-employee just for revenge in December 2012. So now his bottles that are on sale are even more precious and difficult to find. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Miani Calvari Refosco Colli Orientali del Friuli – 373 €

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This is a wine that is precious and very hard to find, he is the sole youngster in this group, but also he is already a legend. Ex engineer, serious, tall, shy, he doesn’t have anything like a website and he personally makes use of a tractor. He was able to produce over 10.000 bottles from about 13 hectares of vineyard. His Refosco normally comes from a vineyard that is small called Calvari which actually gives him 600-700 bottles per year. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Biondi Santi Tenuta il Greppo Riserva, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG – 404 €

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The Brunello myth, the family and the estate that with the upmost rigor, tenacity in aiming for excellence have made Montalcino wines right from 1888 to today. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Falletto di Bruno Giacosa Falletto Riserva, Barolo DOCG – 456 €

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This is yet another very expensive and hard to find wine, it is a very good wine which was made for the first time in 1921. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Giacomo Conterno Monfortino, Barolo Riserva DOCG – 466 €

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The Conterno family, grandfather, son, and grandson (Roberto) have same spirit in them, same courage and the same rigor, they find their myth in the Barolo Monfortino. This was actually made for the first time in 1924, and since the year 1978 Monfortino normally comes from the grapes of the 14 hectares of the “Francia” vineyard in Serralunga. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Tenuta dell’Ornellaia Masseto Toscana IGT – 528 €

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In the Asian auctions this super Italian wine beats the French wines and all those who bought just one bottle of Masseto in 2006 and decide to sell it today will actually see that  its value have increased by over 250 times. It is a head spinning success that comes from a Vineyard with 7 hectares of Merlot. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Quintarelli Amarone Della Classico Riserva DOCG – 545 €

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This wine is from the Amarone area. In January 2012, Bepi Quintarelli passed away but in our memories, it is still very present. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Bruno Giacosa Collina Rionda, Barolo DOCG – 666 €

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Laurea Honoris Causa is also known as the artisan, the one who has achieved, thanks to an impassioned and continuative exercise which is the highest technical abilities.  The Barolo Collina Rionda usually comes from the winery that belongs to Bruno Giacosa Le Rocche del Falletto in Serralunga d’Alba. The taste is harmonic, dry, generous, full, and silky.