For the first time, the Fiorentina steak, one of Tuscan cuisine’s most popular dishes, has been turned into a non-fungible token (NFT).
The NFT, dubbed “FiorentinaSteak & TuscanWine22,” and signed by Gianluca Biscalchin, the artist who creates microcosms of cities, ingredients, wines and cooks, and by the wine writer Andrea Gori, former co-founder of Intravino, is the first NFT in history linked to a typical Italian dish.
The “FiorentinaSteak & TuscanWine22” NFTs, priced at €250 each, come in 6 variations that are exclusive to the restaurants of the associated utilities. There are 50 NFTs for each restaurant, for a total of 300 in the collection.
Among the many perks of the NFT, the most important is a key to redeeming a dining experience for two people at one of the renowned restaurants in Florence: Cammillo, Cibrèo, Trattoria da Burde, L’Ora d’Aria, Regina Bistecca and Tullio in Montebeni.
Additionally, the experience includes free copies of “La Fiorentina.” and other utilities. Hosts, butchers, and wines of the real steak” by Aldo Fiordelli, Italian and English edition a free guided visit with a tasting of wines and cheeses at Villa Calcinaia winery, and an annual subscription to The Florentine, The English news magazine, “a bridge for Florence lovers wherever they are in the world”, which is an official partner of the NFT.