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Sette Ponti
Sette Toscana 2019
97 Points
jamessuckling.com
August 2, 2022
Wow. Lots of depth and richness on the nose, with red fruit that then turns to blue and violet fruit with attractive wood and tapenade notes. Full-bodied and very layered with ripe tannins and depth and richness at the end, yet remaining fresh at the same time. Try after 2027.
– James Suckling
Sette Ponti
Vigna dell’Impero Valdarno di Sopra DOC 2018
95 Points
VinousMedia.com
July 26, 2022
The 2018 Vigna dell'Impero, Sette Ponti's best Sangiovese, is gorgeous. It offers up an exciting mélange of crushed red berry fruit, sweet pipe tobacco, mint, anise and rose petal in a style that marries the transparency of Sangiovese with the textural richness these wines have always shown. That's a pretty appealing combination in my book.
– Antonio Galloni
Sette Ponti
Oreno Toscana IGT 2020
94 Points
VinousMedia.com
July 26, 2022
The 2020 Oreno is a dark, brooding beauty. Black cherry, plum, tobacco, spice, menthol, licorice and dried herbs all race across the palate. Deep, fleshy and super-expressive, the 2020 Oreno has a ton to offer. It should drink well with minimal cellaring but also has enough substance to drink well for many years to come.
– Antonio Galloni
Sette Ponti
Oreno Toscana IGT 2020
94 Points
Wine Advocate
July 1, 2022
From a warm vintage, the Tenuta Sette Ponti 2020 Oreno (a blend of certified organic Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot) is very rich and fleshed out, and definitely softer compared to the 2019 vintage before it. This wine shows lots of savory fruit and velvety concentration with blackberry preserves and baked cherry. Oreno awards you with a very generous expression from Tuscany that can be enjoyed in the near- or medium-term.
– Monica Larner
Sette Ponti
Sette Toscana 2019
94 Points
Wine Advocate
July 1, 2022
Here is a new submission from Tenuta Sette Ponti. A pure expression of Merlot, the 2019 Sette is a blend of fruit from three vineyard sites— Cipressi, Nocetta 1 and Sorbaccio—all found on the estate. This wine is soft and velvety from the get-go with lots of black fruit and rich concentration. Black cherry, dried blackberry, sweet spice and a hint of dried mint appear on the bouquet. This is a super generous and immediate wine that puts it all out there for you to enjoy. The wine is absolutely transparent in terms of its pleasure factor. There are no hidden agendas in this true crowd-pleaser.
– Monica Larner
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