Wine Sette Ponti, "Orma", Toscana IGT, 2017
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Reviews of purchase Sette Ponti, "Orma", Toscana IGT, 2017
The wine is a deep ruby-red color.
Taste wine deep, rich, dense, with hints of fruit, nice oak notes, soft tannins, light acidity and a long, refreshing finish.
Intense bouquet of the wine reveals expressive aromas of dark fruit, with pleasant hints of spice and herbal notes.
Wine is the perfect accompaniment for dishes of marinated meat carpaccio, salami, cheese average exposure.
"Poggio al Lupo", Morellino di Scansano - wine, which comes from the vineyards in the Tuscan area of Scansano. This is one of the most important wine producing areas of the region and a place with a stunning oenological potential. Morellino - the name of the local varieties of grapes Sangiovese. Vineyards have a south-eastern exposure and are situated at an altitude of 80 meters above sea level. The basis of the soil of this area make up the clay and limestone. The average age of the vines - about 8 years. Berries are a short process of fermentation and maceration, which is 15 days. The wine is aged in stainless steel tanks for 8 months and then another 2 additional months in the bottle.
The winery Sette Ponti is located in the central part of the Chianti. The name translates as "seven bridges". This refers to the seven bridges over the river Reno, next to one of them and is located just a winery. History Sette Ponti began in 1957, when the architect Alberto Moretti bought the estate of 50 hectares at the Princess Marie-Christine and Margherita of Savoy. Today, the estate owned by his son - Antonio Moretti. As a consultant to the winery were invited famous Italian enologist Carlo Ferrini and his assistant Joya Cross. Also in the case it was involved Gilbert Beauvais - one of the most experienced winegrowers in France and agronomist Benedetto d'Anna. Thanks to the work of well-known experts, Moretti was able to give the world the elegant wines that not only reflect the local traditions and the characteristics of its terroir, but also took top place in the Italian and international wine ratings.
It is worth noting that in 2000 Antonio Moretti with his daughter acquired vineyards near Noto in Sicily and founded a new winery Feudo Maccari, which produced two wonderful wine Saia and Maharis.