Tenuta Monteti


Wine Enthusiast, buying guide: Monteti 2010 and Caburnio 2011 scores

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Wine Enthusiast, August Issue, Monteti 2010 and Caburnio 2011, review by Karin O’Keefe

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Monteti 2010, Bronze Medal in the 2015 Decanter World Wine Awards

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Monteti 2010, Bronze Medal in the 2015 Decanter World Wine Awards

Monteti 2010 has been judged by the world’s best wine professionals in one of the most comprehensive and authoritative wine competition in the world, and has been awarded the splendid Bronze Medal.


Tenuta Monteti at Terre di Toscana 2015

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Tenuta Monteti at Terre di Toscana 2015. Monteti 2010 and Caburnio 2011 in avant-première.

Tenuta Monteti for the first time at 8th edition of the the prestigious event “Terre di Toscana. Excellence in the glass”. We’ll be presenting in avant-première the Monteti 2010 and the Caburnio 2011.

Sunday 1st and Monday 2nd of March, UNA Hotel Versilia, Lido di Camaiore (Lucca)

For more: www.terreditoscana.info

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Monteti 2005, 10 years after

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Monteti 2005, 10 years after

Released onto the market after 10 years of ageing in our cellar. In great shape.


Monteti 2005, technical sheet 


Galloni on Caburnio 2010

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“The 2010 Caburnio is one of the best Maremma wines in its price range.”

“The 2010 Caburnio is one of the best Maremma wines in its price range. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Alicante Bouschet and Merlot, the 2010 is warm, supple and resonant from start to finish. Mocha, espresso, plums, sweet spices and savory herbs bristle on the palate in this very pretty, entry-level wine from Monteti. Drinking window: 2014-2020.” VINOUS, A. Galloni, September 2014



Monteti 2008, 94 points Falstaff

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Monteti 2008, 94 points

“Monteti 2008, Tenuta Monteti. A sparkling full ruby colour, opens with light smoked tones like the smell exuding from a box of cigars, underneath lie lovely perfumed notes of cassis. At the beginning it introduces and then develops rich aromas of mature juicy fruits. Then upon opening itself up offers a compact tannin impression in successive phases. Slowly growing and constructing itself, in the end expresses its strong character but still maintaining a youthful freshness.”

Othmar Kiem, September 2014


Caburnio 2010 Drink of the Week, Fiona Beckett

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“If you like the style of super-Tuscans but find the prices a bit steep the Tenuta Monteti wines, which are stocked by London merchant Lea & Sandeman, are for you.”
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Tenuta Monteti at CapalbioèVino 2014

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Tenuta Monteti at CapalbioèVino 2014, Capalbio wines’ tasting

Capalbio, 6-7 June, Il Frantoio

In Capalbio, Friday 6th and Saturday 7th of June, in the terrace of the Il Frantoio will take place the second edition of CapalbioèVino: two afternoons dedicated to 10 wine producers of the Capalbio area with open and thematic guided wine tastings.

Saturday 7th at 4.45 pm will start the guided tasting dedicated to the reds, hold by sommelier and blogger Andrea Gori. We will be present with Monteti 2008. Booking advised.

For informations and bookings: www.capalbioevino.com

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Lea&Sandeman blog: Tenuta Monteti, a model wine estate comes of age

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L&S the prestigous London’s wine merchant on Tenuta Monteti

“The L&S team at Vinitaly voted Tenuta Monteti’s 2008 Monteti the most exciting wine we tried there this year… The 2007 was and is excellent, but the 2008 is just something else – finer and more streamlined, with astonishing complexity and class for a wine hovering around the £20 mark…  you have got to try this now, but it has potential for another five or ten years too.” from leaandsandeman.co.uk

Charles Lea’s visit of Tenuta Monteti on May 12 see blog posted


Tenuta Monteti at Anteprima Vini della Costa Toscana 2014

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Tenuta Monteti, 13th event of the Association Grandi Crus of the Tuscan Coast

Lucca, Real Collegio, Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 of May

A journey of wine tasting, flavour, stories, debate, food, show-cooking, workshops, tasting rooms, en primeur wines, local gastronomy, special guests, exhibitions and events, all inspired by the excellence of Costa Toscana wines, with over 80 participating vineyards and wine producers from the provinces of Massa Carrara, Lucca, Pisa, Livorno and Grosseto. Anteprima Vini is back again this year to present the best wines from the other Tuscany, the area between the Apuan Alps and the Maremma.

from anteprimavini.com