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  Tuscano Rosso Principe Snake bottle
Collecting Posted by buggs4me35 on 11/22/2006 at 10:27 PST in Collecting
Last Reader Comment on 12/29/2012 at 10:08 PST

I have this unopened 3 liter bottle of Tuscano Rosso Principe bottled by Cevin Spa. Produce of Italy red table wine.This bottle stands at least three feet tall. Any information would be greatly appreciated. This is at least 20 yrs old. Thank You Bob

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  birk 02/04/2007 at 15:40 PST [Reply]

I found a large 3' necked bottle back in 1980. Empty though. Mine was made in Cevin also. Pontedera Italia. Has the name Recondo Vino Rosso. Any help with mine. I can not find anything about this wine also. Birk


 
  tofat123 03/31/2009 at 19:27 PST [Reply]

hi there
im hoping that someone can help me out, with some information. i have a bottle about 44.5 inches tall that is possibly shaped like a swordfish. it is a sealed bottle of red wine, the name on the bottle is Recondo, it is a red table wine from tuscany, bottled by cevin S.p.A pontedera italy. imported by schenk usa glenview, ill. i am trying to find any information on this bottle of wine, year, pricing, what the significance of the bottle is.
thanks for any info


 
  johnnywino 08/16/2009 at 16:06 PST [Reply]

I just acquired a snake looking 3 liter bottle too. The label contains the following: Toscano, Bacchus, Cevin and Portedera. If any of you ever found anything out, please let me know. It was a gift and I'm debating whether I should drink it or save it.


 
  702treenymph 11/30/2009 at 16:35 PST [Reply]

I have a Roman Lamp made by C.E.V.I.N. - Pontedera, Italy - sealed with Vino Rosso, Looks like a hurricane lamp.
I can't seem to find any information either.


 
  casper 08/28/2012 at 12:23 PST [Reply]

i have a 3 litre bottle of toscano red wine 1987.the bottle is about three feet long and is twisted and unopened.bottled by cevin spa pontedera italy.any info.as per value etc.would be appreciated.tks bob.


 
  jesus 12/29/2012 at 10:08 PST [Reply]

Hello....
My name is Les Henry.. I have a very old bottle of wine said to be made around 1852 from Tuscany Italy. The label reads as follows...Recondo Produce of Italy-Producto in Italia - Red Table Wine Toscano Red Table Wine From Tuscany.... Bottled By CEVIN S.p.A. Pontedera Italy Sole Importer Schenk USA INC.Glenview Ill. It still has wine in it, and i am interested in selling it back to the rightful owner. The bottle has air bubbles all through it, and has a red stamp in the glass.Also its around 44" tall, with a neck 36", and a pale green in color. For a more detailed description and pictures email me at ([email protected])... or call <tel:417.229.2873> in the US. I am looking for a vineyard owner named bob who i was in contact with a few months ago.He said that his great great grandfather had made the bottle, and bottled the wine. He also stated that there were only 25 or 26 ever made, and the one I have was the last one totally in tact, with wine in it, that he knew of . I am sending this message to you in hopes of finding Bob... some way some how,and return the family heirloom back to the rightful owner. Thank you, and have a very blessed day.
Sincerely,
Les Henry

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