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The Barolo Monfortino Riserva Giacomo Conterno 1955 in the legendary Quarto di Brenta (13.05 liters), quoted between 9 and 18,000 euros, the complete vertical from 1989 to 2017 of Sassicaia di Tenuta San Guido (3,800-7,600 euros), a 12-liter of Le Pergole Torte Montevertine 2001 (2,500-5,000 euros), 12 bottles of Ornellaia (3 for each vintage between 2001 and 2004, 2,000-4,000 euros), a double magnum of Masseto 2015 (1,500-3,000 euros), 6 bottles of Intistieti Case Basse by Gianfranco Soldera 1992 (1-500-3,000 euros), 6 bottles of Solaia 1998 by Antinori (750-1,500 euros): here are the top lots among Italian wines, under the hammer of Pandolfini, 20 and 21 April.
Two days opened by the fine wines of the Belpaese, and which continues with the great wines of France, for a total of 627 lots at auction. The most valuable is the Domaine de la Romanée Conti 2009 Assortment: 13 bottles – 1 Romanée Conti, 1 Montrachet, 3 La Tâche, 2 Richebourg, 2 Échézeaux, 2 Grands Échézeaux and 2 Romanée St. Vivant Marey-Monge – rated among 35 and 55,000 euros. A price slightly higher than that of the small vertical of 6 bottles (2010-2015) of Montrachet Domaine de la Romanée Conti, valued between 34 and 54,000 euros. Remaining in Burgundy, the bottle of Richebourg Domaine Leroy 2003 (3,000-6,000 euros) should also be noted. From Bordeaux, on the other hand, the 6 magnums of Pétrus 1966, quoted between 18 and 36,000 euros, and the 3 magnums of Château Lafite Rothschild 1988 (2,400-4,800 euros). Finally, the Champagnes, with large formats and iconic brands. Above all: the six liters of Cristal Louis Roederer 2002 (2,000-4,000 euros), the six liters of Dom Perignon 1998 (2,000-4,000 euros) and the bottle of Dom Pérignon P3 1983 (1,500-3,000 euros).


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