As anticipated last August, the Italian Wine Crypto Bank (IWCB) has just confirmed that its first NFT will be released on the 21st of December 2021: it will be linked to a great and rare wine, the Poderi Gianni Gagliardo’s “Serra dei Turchi” Barolo DOCG 2017 Magnum. This NFT will represent the label of the wine “translated” by digital artists and signed by both the winery owners (Gianni and Stefano Gagliardo) and the artists. The artistic realisation will be coordinated by the renowned Venetian art photographer, Paolo Della Corte, a former Gambero Rosso collaborator for many years, currently also teaching digital photography at Venice’s Academy of Fine Arts.
There will be only 20 NFT on sale at 0.4 Ethereum and each one will contain a key to redeem a bottle of the rare wine that is made only in 136 units. In addition, each bottle is redeemable with the key contained in the NFT, which will come with a unique authentication NFC Tag that, when scanned, brings the user to the transaction record for the corresponding NFT purchase, creating immutable proof of authenticity that will forever live on the blockchain. The NFC tag is realised by FREE TO BE #AUTHENTIC OREV®️, which represents the most advanced anti-counterfeiting system currently available on the market. IWCB and Orev have just announced a collaboration agreement to use Orev systems for all the wines in the IWCB portfolio.
Once minted, the NFT will be in OpenSea and the key contained in it will allow the redemption of the Magnum from 7th of January (Shipping costs from Italy paid by the NFT holders).
Three more Magnums of “Serra dei Turchi” Barolo DOCG 2017, the first 3 labelled by Gianni Gagliardo, will be linked also to a special NFT that will be minted in February 2022, which will be created for the occasion of one “DineWineArt Experiences” series. The special NFT will entitle its holders to other privileges as well and part of the proceedings will be given to charity.
For more info on how to be invited to become IWCB Partners, free of charge and without risk, can contact:
Davide Casalin, Email: [email protected]