Hammer highlights from the Vintage Fine Wine & Spirits 3 auction, which ended Sunday 22nd May.


The top selling lot from the sale was Lot 401 A bottle of The Macallan Seven Year Old Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, matured in sherry wood, imported by Giovinetti & Figli S.P.A, Milano, 40% vol, 70cl in card box.

Sold: £450

A rare seven year old Macallan produced for several decades, especially for Italian wine and spirit importers, Giovinetti and Figli.
The company’s founder, Armando Giovinetti, is often credited with introducing single malt whisky to the Italian public. He worked as an agent primarily for Glen Grant, but was a long-time collaborator with Macallan as well.

The label features watercolour artworks produced by Sara Midda during a visit to the distillery. They are synonymous with Macallan from this period.

Other highlights included:

Lot 413

A bottle of Gordon & Machail Dallas Dhu Single Malt Scotch Whisky, distilled 1980, bottled 2001, 40% proof, 70cl in card
display box.

Sold: £210

Lot 475

A bottle of 1980’s Ballantines Very Old Scotch Whisky, aged 30 years, no strength or capacity on label, no label to reverse, in card box.

Sold: £195

Lot 466

Two bottles of Chateau Gilette Sauternes 1947.

Sold: £155

Lot 414

A bottle of Johnnie Walker Blue Label Blended Scotch Whisky, bottle number FA 726181 JW, 43% vol, 1L, in presentation box and slip case with miniature information booklet.

Sold: £135

Entries now being excepted for the next auction