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Leave Your Hat on Montepulciano 2015

Leave Your Hat on Montepulciano 2015

Affectionately called Monty and with its origins from Italy, “Leave Your Hat On” is really the Full Monty derived from the classic movie and the Joe Cocker hit.
Aromatic, medium bodied and a textural palate. Vibrantly bursting with flavour. Dark cherries, plums and berries with spicy undertones and splashes of herbs. Good length and savoury tannins. Estate grown, single vineyard.
Trophy Best Red Alternative Winestate Wine of the Year and Best Red Wine Trophy, Clare Valley Wine Show.

 

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SKU: 2015-Montepulciano
Wine Specs
Vintage
2015
Varietal
Montepulciano
Appellation
Clare Valley
Alcohol %
14.5
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Aromatic and medium bodied with a textural palate vibrantly bursting with flavour. Dark cherries, plums and berries with spicy undertones and splashes of herbs. Good length and savoury tannins.
Ratings
Drinkster Magazine July 2017 - Review Top 20 Alternative Reds Artwine Leave Your Hat on Montepulciano 2015 Dense, pure, long, juicy red fruit. Broad, plush flavours of dark cherries, plums and spice. Quite a mouthful!
Awards
TROPHY Best Dry Red, Clare Valley Wine Show 2016. TROPHY BEST RED Wine of Show - Clare Valley Wine Show 2016. TROPHY Winestate Magazine Wine of the Year 2016
Vineyard Notes
Vineyard is approximately 470 Metres above Sea Level. Vine rows run East – West. Latitude: 33.87 degrees South; Longitude: 138.64 degrees East (approx.). Soil – Red loam over a mixture of limestone, shale and clay Vines planted in 2012. 2015 was first vintage. FSAC Montepulciano Clone on 1103 Paulsen rootstock Vine spacing 3.0 metres x 1.8 metres.
Production Notes
Grapes are harvested at approximately 14.0 Baume when flavours display dark cherry, red berry and spice and are de-stemmed to an open top fermenter. The must is inoculated and allowed to ferment between 25-30oC until dry. The cap is pumped over and splashed twice daily allowing plenty of air into the ferment for a minimum of 7 days. Once primary ferment is completed the must is bag pressed and racked to older French oak until completion of malo. Upon completion wine is racked, acid adjusted and put back to barrel. The wine is bottled within 12 to 18 months to ensure the style retains vibrant and retains primary fruit freshness.
Food Pairing Notes
Montepulciano is a great match to pasta and rice dishes, it loves lamb and white meats and even oily fish.
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