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ACCORDING TO WINE SEARCHER

Masseto is the most expensive Italian wine, the critics crown the Occhio di Pernice of Avignonesi

On the podium of the highest prices recorded by the portal USA also Case Basse by Gianfranco Soldera and Brunello Tenuta Greppo - Biondi Santi
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The most expensive Italian wines and those that win the criticism by Wine Searcher

Masseto is the most expensive wine in Italy, while Vin Santo Occhio di Pernice di Avignonesi is the favorite of international critics: here is the 2018 balance of a year of involvement of Wine-Searcher, the historic web portal dedicated to wine, which puts prices and scores of hundreds of sites and dozens of critics on thousands of wines from all over the world, revealing some surprises.
On the podium of the “Best Italian Wine”, those able to win the highest scores of wine critics from all over the world, together with the Occhio di Pernice climb the Barolo Riserva Monfortino di Giacomo Conterno and the Masseto, then the Sorì San Lorenzo di Gaja and, in fifth place, the Sassicaia di Tenuta San Guido, which with the year 2015 has agreed with the Italian and international critics. At position no. 6, Barolo Bussia Romirasco di Poderi Aldo Conterno, followed by Refosco dei Colli Orientali del Friuli Calvari di Miani (no. 7) and Solaia dei Marchesi Antinori (no. 8), with another Vin Santo, again by Avignonesi, at position no. 9, while Redigaffi di Tua Rita closes the top 10.
Then there are Vigna d’Alceo del Castello dei Rampolla (11), Ornellaia (12), Barolo Francia di Giacomo Conterno (13), Barolo Rocche del Falletto di Bruno Giacosa (14), Sorì Tildin di Gaja (15), Barolo Aleste Cannubi Boschis di Luciano Sandrone (16), Sperss di Gaja (17), Conteisa di Gaja (18), Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Intistieti di Case Basse di Gianfranco Soldera (19), Barolo Monprivato di Giuseppe Mascarello e Figlio (20), Messorio de Le Macchiole (21), Brunello di Montalcino Cerretalto di Casanova di Neri (22), Brunello di Montalcino Riserva di Tenuta Greppo - Biondi Santi (23), Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Vigna di Pianrosso Santa Caterina d’Oro di Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona (24) and Bolgheri Paleo de La Macchiole (25).
As for the “Most Expensive Italian Wine”, behind the Masseto, which is purchased online at an average price of 644 euros per bottle, the Toscana Igt Case Basse by Gianfranco Soldera (508 euros) and Brunello di Montalcino by Tenuta Greppo - Biondi Santi (474 euros). At the foot of the podium, Testamatta Colore by Bibi Graetz (404 euros), followed by Barolo Etichetta d’Artista by Bartolo Mascarello (392 euros) at position no. 5 and Vin Santo Occhio di Pernice di Avignonesi (382 euros) at no. 6. The top 10 is completed by Pegasos Sangiovese Case Basse by Gianfranco Soldera (371 euros), Sorì San Lorenzo di Gaja (361 euros), Barolo Riserva Villeri di Vietti (345 euros) and Sorì Tildin di Gaja (344 euros).
Outside the 25 most expensive wines of the Belpaese is the Sassicaia, while the Ornellaia Vendemmia d’Artista (Artist’s Harvest) comes out at an average price of 300 euros, something less than the Bolgheri Superiore Matarocchio of Guado al Tasso (Antinori), at 327 euros. Also good is the Barolo Cannubi San Lorenzo - Ravera by Giuseppe Rinaldi (315 euros), the Amarone Vigneto Monte Lodoletta by Romano Dal Forno (312 euros), the Montepulciano d'Abruzzo by Valentini (265 euros) and the Bianco di Venissa (254 euros).

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