17 May 2011
FIRST BOTTLE OF VINO ERECTUS TO BE SOLD
Vino Erectus--Vintage 2009
Italy (Valpolicella - Romagna - Tuscany)
Bottle n.1 on a total number of 51 only
Offered in an original metal safe box together with all the tools needed to manage it
The first wine in history, mythical ERECTUS, the only ever produced with all clusters held upwards until the harvest, meeting plant verticality request.
Each berry of Corvina, Montepulciano and Sangiovese is choosen with manual selection by using magnifying glasses and only the best goes inside for a particular wine.
Vinification cellar is located in Tuscany, special amphoras made of pharmaceutical glass were expressly produced to allow fermentation of ERECTUS clusters
This is the unique opportunity to purchase a rare case of Vino ERECTUS 2009, first vintage and first bottle , that have been stored in optimum conditions in its original metal safe box together with all the tools needed to manage it.
Every two years water must be added to plumbing system using the proper siringe to mantein correct umidity temperature and signing next to the correct date on the box.
Warranty and numbered wax seal ensure the virginity of bottle.
1 bottle per lot
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