Il Borghetto Montedesassi

Il Borghetto Montedesassi

£27.50
Country Italy
Region Tuscany
Producer Il Borghetto
Grape Variety Sangiovese
Vintage 2016
ABV 14.50 %
Volume 750ml

Description

Old school, Italian, joy-filled, bruiser. Every kind of cherry we could think of, prunes and crunchy cranberry acidity. Savoury too by the bucket load; aniseed, balsamic, truffle and soy. A whole lot to handle, reach out and embrace it. Realise…Ah!.. It’s totally worth it.

Additional information

Weight 1.30 kg
Colour

Country

Italy

Region

Grape Variety

Sangiovese

Vintage

2016

Volume

ABV

Style

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Why we love this tipple

“Old school, Italian, joy-filled, bruiser. Every kind of cherry we could think of, prunes and crunchy cranberry acidity. Savoury too by the bucket load; aniseed, balsamic, truffle and soy. A whole lot to handle, reach out and embrace it. Realise...Ah!.. It's totally worth it.”

Tastes great paired with

Tomatoes, aubergines and peppers

Rich dishes

Umami Flavours

MEET THE PRODUCERS

Il Borghetto

The Azienda Agricola Il Borghetto do things differently in this most well known and established region of Italy.
Led by English winemaker Tim Manning who cut his vinous teeth in vintages in Oregon, there is a determination to show the potential of the region. As a result he is at odds with the Consorzio of Chianti Classico over his methods and approach.

All the daily operations are keenly overseen by the owner, Antonio Cavallini with the help of long-term collaborator Tim Manning, a British oenologist who has worked extensively with Pinot Noir in New Zealand and above all, in Oregon. There are about twenty or so small blocks of Vineyard at Il Borghetto, each differing slightly from the other, be it in grape variety or clone, or a difference in soil type and slope aspect. They treat each one as a separate entity so that their individual characters can contribute a particular something to the final blend. Vineyard and winery Certified organic from 2018 although the winery has been run organically since 2008. Biodynamic practices, but without certification, as yet. Minimal tilling; covercrop and manure as fertiliser. Vines trained cordon-spur.

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