Montenidoli di Maria Elisabetta Fagiuoli

Montenidoli 28, 53037 San Gimignano (SI)
Italy

This company is co-exhibitor of
Vinaturel GmbH

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Exhibitor Categories

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  • 02.01  Europe

Europe

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Asia

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USA

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Australia and Oceania

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.18  Toscana

Our products

Product category: Toscana

TRADIZIONALE Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG

Blend: 100% Vernaccia

Fermentation:Following local tradition, the must macerates long on the skins, and is pressed just before the fermentation begins, to capture the character and the flavors of the land.

Pale yellow, tending towards gold, with hay and almonds on the nose, and rich on the palate, with a firm dry finish.

Food-Wine Pairings: Perfect for ideal for olive oil-based Mediterranean dishes. Well suited for all manner of seafood dishes, including raw fish, and is perfect with sushi. For vegetable based dishes year round, including the tannins of artichokes or asparagus, and the iron of spinach and liver.

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Product category: Toscana

FIORE Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG

Blend: 100% Vernaccia

Fermentation: The free-run must, which expresses the terrific elegance and finesse of the varietal. The must flows naturally from the grapes that break because of the pressure of those above them in the press. It ferments in steel and ages long on the lees to gain roundness and persistence.

Food-Wine Pairings: The most elegant expression of Vernaccia di San Gimignano. Well suited to delicate dishes with cream sauces, steamed fish, and delicate fish such as sole, whiting, or brook trout. Perfect with fish mousse or soufflé, and white meats including chicken breast, turkey breast, or milk-fed veal.

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Product category: Toscana

CARATO Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG

Blend: 100% Vernaccia

Fermentation: The free-run must from the best vineyards, which ferments in barrels and ages on the lees for 12 months. Wood contributes to the complexity of the secondary aromas, developing, over time, a richness of flavor and taste that brings to mind citrus and honey.

Food-Wine Pairings: Perfect with cheeses or richer dishes. It is also ideal for the evening, refreshing the palate after the fuller reds of an important meal.

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About us

Company details

We came to Montenidoli in 1965, drawn by the spirituality of the gold-backed Madonnas with Child painted by the XIII-XIV Century Sienese Masters, works that broadcast a unique message to the world.

Sergio, the Patriarch, was a teacher, and we had many children, many with special needs, for whom Montenidoli was a happy nest.

And when they took flight the abandoned lands remained, waiting to be brought back to life.

For the farmers had abandoned the hill in the early 1900s, drawn by the two Great Wars and the promise of industry.

The vines were overgrown by brambles, while the olive trees had gone wild.

But Elisabetta had the land in her blood, thanks to her family, which had cultivated vines and olive trees in Custozza, not far from Verona, since the 1700s, and also thanks to her childhood, spent wandering the vineyards of Valpolicella.

Following her family traditions, they respected the land, cultivating it with exclusively organic methods. Sulfur and copper are the only substances used to fignt parasites, and only if absolutely necessary, because they believe sunlight and clean air to be the best medicine to make the vines healthy, strong, and resistant to disease and bad weather.

The vineyards multiplied, planted to the indigenous varietals: Vernaccia, san Gimignano's historic white grape, Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Trebbiano Gentile, and Malvasia Bianca -- The traditional grapes of Chianti.

The first wine was born in a great vintage -- 1971.

It enjoyed the honor of being one of the first wines commented upon by Luigi Veronelli.

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