The lot consists of the following Bottles:
6 x Montepulciano, Poggio alla sala 1981 whit original wooden box
The Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is one of the oldest wines in Italy.
The name Vino Nobile, the result of historical research, is found for the first time in a document dated September 1787. The Governor of the Conservatory of San Girolamo, in a report of a trip to Florence, on behalf of San Girolamo, delivered in tribute to Florentine Conservatory called Il Conventino, 28 flasks of Vino Nobile. Many other times, in the nineteenth century we find this denomination, then after a long pause the name: Vino Nobile di Montepulciano was taken up by Adamo Fanetti, who on the occasion of the participation of Cantina Fanetti at the Wine Market Exhibition held in Siena, wrote in his own hand the label, whose spelling was later taken up by other wineries. Until 1930 and beyond, the wine was officially called "Selected red wine of Montepulciano" but the tenacious Adam had the cue to name what he produced with the name of Nobile. In 1925, Adamo Fanetti produced about 30 quintals of Nobile wine, almost all bottled and sold for two lire a bottle and had wide acceptance. The success increased on the occasion of the first exhibition of typical wines held in Siena in 1931, organized by the National Exhibition and Market of Typical and Precious Wines, so much so that Tancredi Biondi-Santi, friend and admirer of Adamo Fanetti, pronounced this prophetic phrase : "This wine will have a future". Fanetti must be considered, in all respects, the first producer of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano of the twentieth century. The launches, the promotion and the conveyance of the Vino Nobile in the years following the First World War, and in the years of the Italian "economic miracle" of the second post-war period, are due to the Cantine Fanetti. The example was followed by other companies - which until then produced mostly Chianti - and in 1937 a social winery (Vecchia Cantina di Montepulciano) was founded with the aim of creating a structure for the marketing of wine produced also by small farmers .
The wine produced in Montepulciano continued to be appreciated over time until it obtained the Denomination of Controlled Origin (DOC) with the D.P.R. July 12, 1966 and later it was the first Italian wine (together with other wines) to boast the D.O.C.G.
Caps, labels and levels are good see photos
Shipping to 1-3 days with ups
- Blandad lott
- Rött vin
- Producent, Namn på vin
- Poggio alla Sala, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
- Antal flaskor
- Flaskor (0,75L)
- I originalträlåda