Prestigious wines: the auction of Pandolfini in Florence
On 9th October, the Leopolda Station in Florence hosts the Auction of Pandolfini again, this year, with the unmissable sale of fine and for collection wines.
The auction of Pandolfini has become a fixture for fans of the sector, which offers collectors an interesting opportunity both for the assortment and for the estimates.
Thanks to the success obtained over the years and to the established working relationship with L’Espresso and Pitti Immagine, the auction is confirmed as an event not to be missed for lovers of wine to collect.
The auction of Pandolfini will be held on 9th October on the occasion of the issue of the L’Espresso Guides in collaboration with Pitti Immagine and the Municipality of Florence.
On the morning of 9th October, in the prestigious location, the new Guides of L’Espresso 2015 will be presented, with following buffet and tasting of the award–winning wines. In the afternoon there will be the auction with the sale of 150 lots divided into Italian and French wines.
The sale catalogue includes a wide selection of prestigious wines of Ornellaia and Masseto. The two companies offer bottles of special vintages and sizes, hard to find on the market.
Ornellaia offers its special bottles for the 25th Anniversary of the company. The bottles present a special label, silk–screened directly onto the glass in gold and ivory.
In the auction there are several lots with bottles of 0.75 liters, Mg and DMg; in the catalogue there are also the 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 vintages.
Masseto is considered the most famous Italian Merlot and in the auction it will be present in the size of 0.75 liters, Mg and DMg of the 2005, 2006, 2007 vintages.
Staying in Tuscany, well represented in the catalogue are also L’Apparita, Argentiera, Guado al Tasso, I Sodi di San Niccolò, Luce, Mormoreto, Sassicaia, Solaia, Tignanello in special vintages and sizes.
From Piedmont, we find a DMg bottle of Barolo Monfortino Giacomo Conterno of 1999, Barolo Rocche del Falletto Riserva, Barbaresco Asili Riserva by Bruno Giacosa of the 2004 vintage, in the Mg and DMg sizes.
Hard to find and highly sought after by enthusiasts are also two bottles of Barolo Monprivato by Giuseppe Mascarello in the size of 3.78 liters, of the 1971 and 1974 vintages.
France is also present, with the most prestigious Chateaux, Domaines, Haut Brion, Mouton Rothschild, Margaux, Lafite Rothschild, Latour, Comte Geroges De Voguè, Romanée–Conti, of various vintages.
In the Champagne region, we point out two lots consisting of a single bottle of Champagne Krug Clos du Mesnil 1985 and 1986.