A 'Grand Vin' of this "superstar" Tuscan coast estate, Eneo expresses the great terroir of Maremma, using Italy's native grapes. Suckling raved about its dark fruit, walnuts and chocolaty richness and length, awarding the 2018 94 Points.
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Deep black fruits, cherry hints, herbal freshness, fine tannins
Ripe blackberry, blueberry, cherry and spice, with a herbal lift
James Suckling wrote, "Montepeloso is one of the emerging superstars on the Tuscan Coast". Since 1999 Fabio Chiarelotto has been at the helm. An ardent perfectionist in both the vineyard and the cellar, he has worked to replant the vineyards with the finest clones, reduce yields and introduce finest winemaking practices, all in the name of expressing the true potential of the estate's terroir. In 2007 Silvio Denz, owner of a handful of top Bordeaux estates (Péby Faugères and Faugères in Saint-Emilion, plus another top cru in Sauternes), invested in the estate and further boosted quality. Their winemaker is Fabrio Moltard, who has worked with Italian legend Angelo Gaja. Using native grapes and aged a year in barrel, this is a momentous red.
"Lots of dark fruit, such as black cherries, ripe plums and some walnuts and chocolate"
James Suckling Critic
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