Monteti Caburnio 2009

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Winemaker's Notes:

"Sustainable. Hand harvested. Non-interventionist. Wines are produced as naturally as possible, using indigenous yeasts, and allowing the fermentation to occur spontaneously. Minimal sulfur dioxide. Varietals are de-stemmed, crushed, and vinified separately in temperature controlled (18-28 degrees Celsius) stainless steel vats, one for each block. The fermentation lasts approximately 8 days. Maceration on skins for 18-20 days, depending on the varietal, with frequent pumping over. MLF in stainless steel vats. Transfer to maturation vessels, which are 50% stainless steel and 50% French oak, with 70% two year old and 30% new barrels, by gravity around the end of December. Wines are racked twice, once in June, and then again in November, prior to the final composition of the blend. Maturation in barrel/vat lasts 12-14 months. The wine is un-fined and unfiltered prior to bottling." -Winery

"Sustainable. Hand harvested. Non-interventionist. Wines are produced as naturally as possible, using indigenous yeasts, and allowing the fermentation to occur spontaneously. Minimal sulfur dioxide. Varietals are de-stemmed, crushed, and vinified separately in temperature controlled (18-28 degrees Celsius) stainless steel vats, one for each block. The fermentation lasts approximately 8 days. Maceration on skins for 18-20 days, depending on the varietal, with frequent pumping over. MLF in stainless steel vats. Transfer to maturation vessels, which are 50% stainless steel and 50% French oak, with 70% two year old and 30% new barrels, by gravity around the end of December. Wines are racked twice, once in June, and then again in November, prior to the final composition of the blend. Maturation in barrel/vat lasts 12-14 months. The wine is un-fined and unfiltered prior to bottling." -Winery

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