Bidding in different countries
“Georgia: the cradle of wine.” It is under this brand that half a century ago Georgian wines came to the European market. Such an eloquent name is not at all a good marketing ploy, although it is nowhere without it. Georgian wines have such a history, which affects not only the period of “aging”, but also their traditions, technologies, and, of course, the special taste of the drink. But first things first. Continue reading
The success story began in 1953, when the family winery Gallo Family Vineyards crossed the Carlo Rossi as an ordinary seller. Enthusiasm, energy and knowledge could not keep Rossi only in sales, and by 1962 he created his first line of Californian wines “Carlo Rossi Red Mountain” in unique bottles with a handle. He was both the creator, and the face, and the voice of his brainchild: he spoke on radio and television, talking about production, taste, “highlight”. Continue reading
Wine auctions or a bottle of wine for the price of a luxury car. For “hunters” for antiques, an auction is a great opportunity to purchase the desired lot (paintings, jewelry, cars), for wine collectors it is an opportunity to buy a bottle or a whole collection of elite wine.
At internationally renowned auctions (Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Zachys, Acker Merrall & Condit, Hart Davis), the cost per bottle sometimes reaches several hundred thousand dollars. Continue reading