Did the bottle win a world travel award? vinID’s NFT-based digital passport would know it!

on July 5, 2021

As written in an earlier post there are only great old bottles and no great old wines. This highlights the importance of transparency and storing conditions. vinID solves this problem by equipping bottles with NFT-based digital passport.

A wine lover’s dream (without a digital passaport)- referring to a recent tasting note by the wineterminator.

“There is something magical about Mouton Rothschild. Of all Premier Grand Crus in Bordeaux this is the most erotic, animating one. Like this superb 1983 Mouton Rothschild from an absolutely perfect bottle, that we shared last night. This was a great, complete, still so young, classic Mouton with those wonderful aromatics of cassis, mint, leather and intense lead pencil minerality. It all starts with this gorgeous nose, that I could smell for hours. Then comes this aromatic pressure on the palate, combined with silky elegance, leading to a terrific finish. This is a great Mouton for drinking now and for at least the next 10+ years – WT97.

Just make sure when you buy that today, that you get it from a very reliable source, best from somebody who bought it en primeur and kept it in a cold cellar since.

The prices for this 1983 are still quite reasonable. But this does not help, when your bottle had 5+ owners and won a world travel award.

NFT-based digital passport

vinID combines encrypted smartphone-ready NFC tags with secure, immutable NFTs to guarantee a bottle’s authenticity. Each NFT is assigned to its respective owner and stored in the blockchain. Each transfer creates a new entry on the ledger, generating a unique transaction history for each bottle of wine.

Please contact us or write an email to sebastian@collectid.io to find out more about our digital passport and how to protect your products against counterfeiting and how to maximise transparency!

About Sebastian

Sebastian is Managing Director of vinID. Sebastian holds the WSET Level 3 and is currently completing his "Weinakademiker Diploma". Prior to his engagement with fine wine Sebastian has worked in the investment bank and wealth management industry for 15 years. He holds a double diploma in European Business Studies from Oxford Brookes University and the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg.
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