The Department that deals with the sales of fine wines and distillates is always looking for the finest, rarest and most unobtainable wines on the international wine scene, with particular consideration for Italian and French wines. Rare bottles, historic vintages, unobtainable wine collections, extremely rare labels and wines produced in minimal quantities are the winning point of our fine wine auctions.
To respond to the growing interest of enthusiasts and collectors, the experts of the Department of Wines and Spirits research the most prestigious collections and meticulously select, catalog and describe all the bottles, checking the place where they have been kept, the level, the capsules and the labels to understand the state of conservation.
Among the bottles of renowned Italian wineries that the market requires we mention only a few such as Sassicaia, Ornellaia, Solaia, Tignanello, Gaja, Le Pergole Torte, Brunello di Montalcino Soldera, Masseto, Bruno Giacosa, Bartolo Mascarello, Giacomo Conterno, Roagna, Giuseppe Rinaldi, Dal Forno, Quintarelli, Gravner and many others. Super Tuscans and Piedmonteses are collectors' favorites, a constantly evolving trend on the national wine market that often reserves pleasant surprises.
The Department also selects great Champagnes and fine wines from French Domaine and Châteaux such as Pétrus, Romanée Conti and Château Lafite-Rothschild, Comte de Vogué, Coche Dury, Dugat Py, Jadot, Rousseau, Méo, Belaire, Sauzet, Krug, Dom Perignon, Salon, Cristal, Port Ellen. Not only collectible wine in the auctions organized by the Department, but rare distillates, collectible whiskeys, unobtainable cognacs and armagnacs from the most prestigious Scottish, Irish and French distilleries including Macallan, Glenlivet, Port Ellen, Penfold's and many more.
The bottles, offered in an excellent state of conservation, are suitable for the purchase of enthusiasts, brokers, traders, collectors, sommeliers and restaurants who wish to offer large bottles to their customers. In the last ten years, the average annual return of those who have invested in important bottles of wine, for collection and investment, has had the second best percentage return ever. "In any case - as Gianni Agnelli, a refined connoisseur of the most interesting cellars said - investing in wine is always worthwhile because, bad luck, you drink it".
The evaluation of the bottles that are offered to us is a fundamental phase that precedes their inclusion in the wine auction catalogues.
You can request a first free estimate of a bottle that you consider precious or of a collection of fine wines directly from our site, by filling out the online evaluation form. Selling with Cambi Casa d'Aste is easy, fast and advantageous.