2017 montevertine, rosso, toscana
Why We're Buying
Wine doesn't have to be expensive to be investment-worthy. Case and point: Montevertine Rosso Toscana IGT. The sangiovese-dominant blend features the trademarked intentionally of Montevertine, delivering superb richness and texture. This affordable wine appreciated 16.7% in 2020.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The namesake Montevertine 2017 Montevertine pours from the bottle with a slightly darker hue compared to its predecessors. The phenolic imprint of Sangioveto (with smaller parts Canaiolo and Colorino) is always stronger in the hot and dry vintages like 2017. That more structured and saturated personality is duly followed by generous and intense aromas of black cherry, wild plum, lavender essence and gardening soil. The wine speaks fluently in an authentic Tuscan accent, underling the extreme purity that can be achieved with these indigenous grapes and likewise reminding you of the sheer generosity and freshness that is so specific to Radda in Chianti. There is some dusty dryness on the finish, and this remains an impressive wine from a challenging vintage.