Oreno 2018

SETTE PONTI

Oreno
2018

  • Organic
Product code
719618
Format
1 x 3000ml
Listing type
Open
Status
Unavailable
Product type
Still wine
Country
Italy
Regulated designation
Indicazione geographica tipica (IGT)
Region
Tuscany
Varietal(s)
Merlot 50 %
Cabernet Sauvignon 40 %
Petit Verdot 10 %
Color
Red
Sugar
Dry
Closure type
Cork
Producer's website

About this winery

Sette Ponti reflects the vision of Dr. Antonio Moretti, who took over the estate from his father in the late 1990's, and immediately began producing estate-bottled wines. The vineyards occupy a total of 150 acres, at an altitude of 200 to 300 meters; the oldest vines (mostly sangiovese) date from 1935. The soil is a classic Tuscan mixture of sand, clay, limestone, and schist-based galestro. The estate - 750 acres in total - is farmed in the traditional Tuscan way, so that the vineyards are...

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Tasting notes

Dark ruby red colour tinged with decisive violet tones, expresses on the nose incredible sensations of fullness and complexity with a note of ripe berries the give sensations of chocolate and nuances of balsam. Oreno is a captivating wine, rich in structure but decisively dynamic, enhanced by the nuances of new oak and an interminable finish

Press reviews

James Suckling

- 97 points -

June 2020

Currant, flower and orange-blossom aromas follow through to a full body with fine, creamy tannins and a long, persistent finish. Shows finesse and precision. Cherry and orange-peel notes at the end. The flavors go on and on.

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Wine Advocate

- 94 points -

Monica Larner, October 2020

The flagship wine from Tenuta Sette Ponti is the 2018 Oreno, a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot. This is a dark, concentrated and full-bodied expression that exudes black fruit and blackberry with spicy tobacco and savory spice. Despite the Bordeaux blend in its DNA, the wine is fully Tuscan in character and spirit, with the softness and fullness that comes from fruit cultivated under the golden sunshine of Central Italy.

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