Sono Montenidoli By Bruce Sanderson

From the Dec 31, 2019, Wine Specator issue The wines of Montenidoli are in a class by themselves. Though three of the bottlings technically fall under the Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG, they are stylistically unlike any others in the denomination and stand head and shoulders above the rest. Its best reds are labeled Toscana…

June 1, 2020
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Decanter – May 2018 – Susan Hulme – Vernaccia di San Gimignano Carato

Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG Carato 2012 “Montenidoli wines are full of character and the best can age so well! Lovely, fragrant nose of meadow flowers and yellow orchard fruit, with saffron notes; compact palate with layers of richness and a green olive twist. Lingering finish. “Tasted by Susan Hulme MW Part of Tuscany: Exploring…

June 1, 2020
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A Vernaccia ambassador of intelligence

Corriere Fiorentino – Emiliano Gucci – May the 3rd 2022 Elisabetta Fagiuoli is one of the great women of Italian wine and we would like to start from her story, which is strong and beautiful and all to be told, but first comes Montenidoli, that is the hill of the little nests, “an extraordinary place,…

May 10, 2022
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Vintage 2021 and Saint Vincent 2022

At Montenidoli we always report on the past Vintage during the festivities celebrating Saint Vincent. January: experiences mild weather. February: sees beautiful, healthy snow covering all the vineyards. March: opens to the awakening of nature; swallows return to their nests in and around our home. April: gives us frost that arrives violent and unexpected, destroying…

March 4, 2022
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Montenidoli – The New York Times

The What and Why of Orange Wines By Eric AsimovDec. 27, 2021 “We don’t ordinarily get too deeply into the details of making wine, but we will with our next subject, orange wines, also known as amber wines or skin-contact whites. The phrase “orange wine” was unknown 20 years ago, but the style and the…

January 10, 2022
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Decanter – Exploring Vernaccia di San Gimignano

97 points for Montenidoli “Tradizionale” – Vernaccia di San Gimgnano DOCG 2019 by Susan Hulme Tasted by Monty Waldin (at Tuscany, 01 Mar 2021) “The Vernaccia grape has been documented in San Gimignano since 1276, while the Montenidoli estate appeared in a 1404 will. Elisabetta Fagiuoli and her late husband, Sergio Muratori planted the then…

March 22, 2021
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Pairing with the wines of Montenidoli

A choice of dishes for each wine – Videos

March 10, 2021
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I’ll Drink to That! Levi Dalton’s interview in NYC

Levi Dalton has had a long career working as a sommelier in some of the most distinguished and acclaimed dining rooms in America. He has served wine to guests of Restaurant Daniel, Masa, and Convivio, all in Manhattan. Levi has also contributed articles on wine themes to publications such as The Art of Eating, Wine &…

February 5, 2021
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By Filippo Magnani – 30 Gennaio 2021 Filippo Magnani’s wine tourism company Fufluns has been a pioneer in creating authentic wine tourism for 20 years. This is a quote of his last article posted in Magnani’s Blog in which Montenidoli was included. “A magic circle connects four wine gems of central Tuscany. Montenidoli in Vernaccia…

February 3, 2021
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Vintage 2020 and Saint Vincent 2021

Dear Friends, Following our tradition we speak about the past vintage in January, when we celebrate our Patron, Saint Vincent. It is the time when the musts become wine and we can forecast their personality and refinement. YEAR 2020 a lean year: evil for humans but lucky for nature. A mild winter, a rainy spring,…

January 21, 2021
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2021: Rome – Vienna – Montenidoli and the Foundation

We start the New Year with Pope Francis’s messsage from Rome: PEACE It is the time for Peace: We are called upon to achieve Peace. A duty given by God. Peace with ourselves, Peace with every other human. Chase indifference, Take care of others. Maestro Riccardo Muti at the New Year’s concert in Vienna: MUSIC…

January 7, 2021
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