IOsonoDonatella is the first Italian wine in Alti Wine Exchange

by Dec 5, 2019News0 comments



Donatella Cinelli Colombini announced today the pricing of its Initial Bottle Offering (IBO) at Alti Wine Exchange for its IOsonoDonatella 2013: 180 euros per bottle in bond (no taxes).

‘’IOsonoDonatella’’ is a fine Brunello de Montalcino from Tuscany, coming from a pioneering winery in Italy: the first all-female staffed winery.

The tokens representing IOsonoDonatella 2013 are expected to begin trading on Alti Wine Exchange on January 20th, 2020 under the ticker symbol “DON” and the offering is expected to close on January 15, 2020.

The offering of this Brunello di Montalcino wine brought to you in an exceptional 2013 vintage is being made by means of a prospectus to qualified investors in Alti Wine Exchange. Copies of the term sheet relating to the offering may be obtained here

This wine is the story of winemaker: Donatella Cinelli Colombini, the founder who always dreamt of producing a perfectly harmonic Tuscan wine in a winery that employs only women. In 2003 she won the Oscar for the best Italian producer awarded by AIS Bibenda and in 2012 the International Vinitaly Prize. In 2014 she was nominated ‘’Cavaliere della Repubblica Italiana’’.


Since the conclusion of the initial bottle offering of this magnificent vintage, eventually remaining bottles on our platform are to be traded only via our marketplace.

About Casato Prime Donne

Casato Prime Donne was the first wine producer in Italy to employ only women. Founded by Donatella Cinelli Colombini, Casato Prime Donne winery is a 16 hectares of Sangiovese vineyards for the production of Brunello.

About Alti Wine Exchange:

Alti Wine Exchange is the trade name of ALTI Exchange Group, the blockchain powered marketplace company servicing alternative investment markets.

Alti Exchange Group is Rethinking Wine Investment. 

ALTI Wine Exchange is the world’s first open and transparent marketplace for retail clients, institutions and brokers to trade fine and rare wines as tokens around the globe.


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