The Italian Wine Crypto Bank (IWCB), the first and only wine bank based on blockchain, cryptocurrencies and digital assets, has announced the inclusion of Historia Familiae 2015 from Barone Ricasoli on its portfolio. It is a wine that has conquered wine lovers in every corner of the world and received extraordinary awards from international critics.
Barone Ricasoli is is the latest prestigious winery to join the Italian Wine Crypto Bank (IWCB). Among the other partner wineries there are: Arnaldo Caprai, Banfi, Baracchi, Boroli, Casa E. di Mirafiore, Castello di Perno, Castello di Querceto, Elena Fucci, Fontanafredda, Giuseppe Cortese, Il Carnasciale, Incontri Organic Wine, Macchie Santa Maria, Macondo, Marchesi Mazzei – Castello di Fonterutoli, Negro Giuseppe, Planeta, Poderi Gianni Gagliardo, Sordo, Tasca d’Almerita, Tenuta Cucco, Tenuta Impostino, Tenuta Sette Ponti, Tua Rita e Vini Franchetti (Tenuta di Trinoro, Passopisciaro e Sancaba).
Historia Familiae Toscana IGT 2015, Ricasoli
Born to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Francesco Ricasoli at helm of the winery, “Historia Familiae” (the history of the family) was produced for the first time in 2011 and received highly positive feedbacks from critics and consumers. The 2015 vintage was produced in the wake of the 2011’s success. The 2015 vintage is made by Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot grapes in equal parts, and is a full body, complex wine. It’s kept for 18-21 months in tonneau and then mature one year in the bottle.
It doesn’t have a label but a serigraphy on the bottle with the genealogical tree of the Ricasoli family. Besides the fact that its iconic Brolio Castle dominates the largest and oldest wine estate in the Chianti Classico area (1,200 hectares of property with 240 hectares of vineyards), in the history of the family there is a piece of Italy. Baron Bettino Ricasoli was a founding father of unified Italy and two times Prime Minister.
Historia Familiae Toscana IGT 2015 by Barone Ricasoli has conquered international critics, obtaining a score of 94/100 from James Suckling and Falstaff.
Wineries invited to become IWCB Partners, free of charge and without risk, can contact:
Davide Casalin, Email: [email protected]