Tucked away in the hills of Suvereto near Bolgheri on the Tuscan Coast ? one of the hottest areas in Tuscany ? is the 15-acre Montepeloso estate. The winemaker, Swiss-born Fabio Chiarelotto, admits about his wine that it?s ?easy produce concentrated wines in such a hot climate?but it?s much harder to achieve elegance and finesse.? In order to take full advantage of the terroir?s potential, he overhauled the vineyards in 1997 ? retraining, pruning, and even regrafting many vines. In the cellar, he does relatively short macerations, employs natural yeasts during fermentation, and bottles without filtration.
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