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Egon Müller 2022 Riesling Auslese Winechain World Exclusive


June 26th – Since its launch in spring 2023, WineChain has offered its international clients the possibility of acquiring wiNeFTs of prestigious wines. Top estates and châteaux such as Cos d’Estournel, Vincent Girardin, and Stéphane Ogier, and champagne houses like Fleur de Miraval, Henri Giraud, and De Venoge, have been with WineChain from the outset.

The month of June has been particularly conducive to world exclusives on WineChain, the NFT platform that connects major wine estates with the rising generation of new wine enthusiasts around the world.

June 29 will see the release of the first, eagerly awaited Weingut Scharzhof bottles of Riesling Auslese 2022, straight from the legendary cellar of Egon Müller in Germany.

Nicolas Mendiharat, CEO of WineChain commented:
“Created by and for winemakers, WineChain is an NFT marketplace that enables wine estates to offer an exclusive world preview of their new vintages. We are delighted to count one of the great Rieslings from Egon Müller amongst our June offer, which has been particularly rich.”

The Egon Müller winNeFT drop will take place on June 29 at 12 noon (GMT) on


WineChain is an NFT marketplace where the world’s top winemakers connect directly with a global community of wine lovers to give access to their authentic cellar experience. By pairing a wiNeFT – the official WineChain moniker for an NFT – to a physical bottle direct from the winery, we promise perfect provenance with minimal carbon footprint as you buy, sell, and store fine wines online. The initiative, launched in April 2022 by four experts – Xavier Garambois, former head of Amazon Europe, Marc Perrin of Château de Beaucastel, Guillaume Jourdan, CEO of VitaBella, and Nicolas Mendiharat, CEO of Winechain – was launched in early 2023 with the first wiNeFT dropped. www.winechain.co



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