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Italian brands, the most demanded by number of vintages and formats in the World’s best restaurants

From Parusso Barolo Bussia to Marroneto Brunello di Montalcino Madonna delle Grazie, there are 12 Italian labels in the top 21
Top Italian labels demanded by the number of vintages and formats in the best restaurants

What makes a great wine a myth? First of all the quality, its history, then the recognition of the critics, and another essential element is its exclusivity: certain bottles, beyond the price, cannot be found and uncorked everywhere, especially when it comes to large formats and old vintages. For this reason, “Wine Lister” has carefully analyzed the depth of the wine lists of the 150 best restaurants in the world; the vintages and large formats, lining up 21 world wine labels, among which 12 Italians are the most outstanding. The Bodegas Vega-Sicilia Unico lasts at no.1, served in 71 restaurants with 35 vintages/different formats, on the lowest step of the list, behind the Trimbach Riesling Clos Saint Hune (Alsace) is the Parusso Barolo Bussia, with 31 vintages/different formats. In the wine list of haute cuisine, there are other important brands of Piedmont wine, such as the Bartolo Mascarello Barolo and Gaja Barbaresco, with 30 vintages / different formats, but also Giuseppe Mascarello and Son Barolo Monprivato (24). Also, Soldera Case Basse (22) and, Cerbaiona Brunello di Montalcino, with 21 different vintages/formats, such as Dal Forno Romano Valpolicella Superiore, are well-placed.
At position 19 lasts the Domenico Clerico Barolo Ciabot Mentin, with the myth Ornellaia following 18 vintages/ different formats in the wine lists of the 150 best restaurants in the world, where we can also find 17 different Rocche dei Manzoni Big ’d Big and 16 declinations of Il Marroneto Brunello di Montalcino Madonna Delle Grazie and Ca’ del Bosco Cuvée Anna Maria Clementi.

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