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Mandatory auction – Signa bankruptcy: Großhöfleiner wines are also sold under the hammer

Mandatory auction – Signa bankruptcy: Großhöfleiner wines are also sold under the hammer

72 bottles of Peccatum (third from right) ended up under the hammer as a result of Signa's bankruptcy.

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DrThe Großhöflein winery was not expected to make headlines in the wake of the largest bankruptcy in Austria's history. Of course, winemaker Alexandre Leberle couldn't do this with bankruptcies, but with top-notch wines — and he can smile about it.

“It's a sin,” said not only many Austrians, in light of the questionable business practices that led to René Benco's billion-dollar Cigna bankruptcy. Alexander Lieberl's grandfather also described the “green harvest”, the generous reduction of the best vines, when his descendants first pressed the “pecatum” – in German: sin -.

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Wine lovers are currently having the opportunity to bid on bottles of Peccatum from the bankrupt Signa estate.

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What does this have to do with Cigna and Rene Benko? As reported by “Profile” magazine, during Mandatory auction of bankruptcy estates of insolvent Signa subsidiaries Several fine wines were also sold – including twelve cases of 'Peccatum'. Winemaker Alexander Leberl had to smile about it himself: “Yes, they have a good red wine taste,” Großhöfleiner said with a wink about Signa on Facebook.

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