- Reply by dmcker, Sep 6, 2010.
I'm not at all familiar with Betanti. What else is on the label?
- Reply by Gregory Dal Piaz, Sep 7, 2010.
t must be Bertani, a very fine producer of traditional, paticularly ageworthy Amarone.
This estate retains old stocks and releases them over the years so you wine may have been purchased recently, or some 30 years ago.
Where are you located, how was the wine stored, and what do the bottles look like? Any signs of leakage around the cork, how far below the cork is the surface of the wine with the bottles standing up, how do the labels look?
Prices for the 67 Bertani are currently in the $225-$325 range
- Reply by fmmeloni, Nov 26, 2011.
I know that recently the have just bottles some 1967 to be released to the public... those are the ones that you can buy online for $225-$325.... If it is an original release the label would be visably aged. If it is an original bottling for the 70's I would think it could go for more...