M&A Jermann-Antinori: Andersen supports in the sale of shares

Andersen in Italy supported in the due diligence and contractual and fiscal aspects related to the acquisition of the majority share of the historic Friulian wine brand Jermann by Antinori, an international leader in the production and trade of high-end wines.

The Andersen team led by Filippo Brass, partner and certified public accountant, assisted in the tax area by Marco Cerutti and in the legal area by attorneys Nicole Frigo, Antonio de Paoli and Sara Cancian, assisted the noble winery of Friuli-Venezia Giulia in the preparatory activities for the sale of shares.

 

“I am proud – underlines Filippo Brass – to have contributed, together with my colleagues, to the partnership of these two important families of the Italian enological sector. It has been a wonderful operation in which, thanks to the atmosphere of cooperation between all the people involved in both companies, we have been able to support a historical brand like Jermann in a corporate evolution in line with the market needs. In full respect of the family tradition of a brand that has made generational continuity its distinctive feature”.

 

Jermann was founded in 1881 by Anton Jermann and his descendants have carried on the business. Up to Silvio Jermann who also produced the wine which consecrated the name of Jermann in the Olympus of the sector, Vintage Tunina.