Fine weather is back, and with it the new online auction SPRING SPIRITS - Collectable & Rare Whiskies for Whisky Enthusiasts, which offers an extraordinary opportunity to add unique pieces to one's collection.

Extremely rare bottles such as the Bowmore 1968 and 1969 imported by Fecchio & Frassa, or the Clynelish 1969 12 Years Old bottled for Edoardo Giaccone's legendary Whiskyteca.
There will obviously be no lack of Macallans, with both recent and historic editions, such as the Red Ribbon, present in 1940 and 1950 vintages.
Also worthy of note are the batches from the most famous independent bottler in the history of whisky, an Italian pride: Silvano Samaroli. On display are bottles from the Flower series bottled in 1990 and a sample (of the 240 produced) of Ardbeg 1974 aged 15 years and bottled at Natural Strength.
From Scottish single malts to the latest Japanese releases, each bottle is a testament to the craftsmanship and rich history behind the golden liqueur. Buyers will have the opportunity to explore a wide range of rare labels, including limited editions and bottles aged for decades.
For collectors and consumer enthusiasts, the event will be held online from 27 May to 6 June 2024.

We look forward to seeing you online in large numbers and remind you that in order to participate, all you have to do is create a My Pandolfini account by entering all the required data and documents, and wait for the enablement.
The rules for this online auction will be as follows:
- The auction will close after 8pm on the last day, when 3 minutes have passed without any bids being placed and all lots will close at the same time;
- If bids are placed during these last 3 minutes, the deadline countdown for each lot will restart from 3 minutes;
- During these 3 minutes you will have the opportunity to either bid again or bid on a new lot.

This system will allow you to bid until the very end on the lots you wish to buy, or to bid on another lot.

Auction Highlights

Francesco Tanzi

Head of department Florence
+39 055 2340888

Federico Dettori