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Montevertine Pergole Torte 1985

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

This bottle most likely saw some excessive heat along the way as evidenced by the brothy notes on the nose and the seaweed edge to the fruit but it still showed some interest. The fruit was fresh yet dark with notes of black raspberries, and the palate was lovely with resolved tannins and good acids supporting the fruit which seemed ripe yet transparent. Nice typical notes of mineral and green anise seed made an appearance. Intact bottles of this should be excellent.

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Azienda Agricola Montevertine:
MONTEVERTINE lies within the heart of the Chianti hills, in the community of Radda at an altitude of 425 m above sea level. Documents show that the site has been dwelled since the 11th century. Traces of the original construction, which undoubtedly was of defensive nature and which later on had been converted to a rural housing, are still preserved. Our wine-making procedure is extremely tra... Read more
MONTEVERTINE lies within the heart of the Chianti hills, in the community of Radda at an altitude of 425 m above sea level. Documents show that the site has been dwelled since the 11th century. Traces of the original construction, which undoubtedly was of defensive nature and which later on had been converted to a rural housing, are still preserved. Our wine-making procedure is extremely traditional and it has been never been varied since the very first vintage. The grapes are harvested by hand and then fermented in glazed cement vats, without temperature control, and the must is topped up twice daily in order to keep the top marc moist and to obtain a slow extraction of the tannins from the skins. After the racking off, the malolactic fermentation is also carried out using cement vats. At the end of the malolactic fermentation, our wines are stored in wooden barrels over a period of approximately two years.The wines will never be filtered and the topping-up method, without any pumps, is used for the bottling. For the ageing of our wines we use oak barrels from Slavonia with a 5.5 to 18 hectolitre capacity and 225 litre Allier casks. Read less

Editorial Reviews for Montevertine Pergole Torte

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065215,724
0.00 5
01/12/2010

This bottle most likely saw some excessive heat along the way as evidenced by the brothy notes on the nose and the seaweed edge to the fruit but it still showed some interest. The fruit was fresh yet dark with notes of black raspberries, and the palate was lovely with resolved tannins and good acids supporting the fruit which seemed ripe yet transparent. Nice typical notes of mineral and green anise seed made an appearance. Intact bottles of this should be excellent.




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