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||Rating Not Available||Size:||750ML
||Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo, Mammolo, Colorino
"The Le Bertille Rosso di Montepulciano is a bright, ruby colored wine with intense aromas of fresh, red berries, dark cherry, plum and violets. Less intense and more fruit forward than its Vino Nobile brother, the wine is fresh, complex and harmonious on the palate. This is classic, elegant Montepulciano with sweet, integrated tannins, and a silky, persistent finish."
"Aging done in old, Slavonian oak casks with an extended period of must maceration. Fastidious management of the vineyards, summer pruning, bunch thinning and extreme, selective harvesting allows for a limited but singularly, high quality production. In the case of Le Bertille, their Rosso yields are exactly the same, as their extremely, low yielding, Vino Nobile. Additionally, rather than a place for a Vino Nobile winery to market their second quality fruit, the Le Bertille Rosso is a totally separate, vineyard entity, comprised of the estate's younger vines." Importer
"Azienda Agricola "I Poderi di San Gallo" in Montepulciano, is composed of the Bertille and Casella estates and covers around 20 hectares. The soil composition is mainly tufa-clay with a variety of exposures. Eight hectares of vineyards are currently in production with a further seven hectares coming on line with the 2008 vintage. The estate includes a centuries-old olive grove and a beautiful lake, an oasis for migrating herons. For most of the producers in Montepulciano, Vino Nobile and Rosso di Montepulciano are moving in an "international" direction with the inclusion of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon in the grape blend along with the use of French oak "barriques"."
"I Poderi di San Gallo follows traditional, time honored, wine making techniques with aging done in old, Slavonian oak casks with an extended period of must maceration. The grape varieties cultivated, traditional to the Montepulciano area, are the prugnolo gentile (the local name for Sangiovese), Ciliegiolo, Colorino, Canaiolo and Mammolo for their Rosso di Montepulciano. Fastidious management of the vineyards, summer pruning, bunch thinning and extreme, selective harvesting allows for a limited but singularly, high quality production. Upon passing the bar exam and becoming an international lawyer, the Roberti family's daughter, Olimpia, changed direction and became director, viticulturist and wine maker at I Poderi di San Gallo. The winery's label name "Le Bertille" is the name of one of the local communes from the Montepulciano area, as well as, the namesake of one of the San Gallo estates." - Importer