Tenuta Sette Ponti is the vision of one man, Dr. Antonio Moretti, who after taking over the estate from his father in the late 1990’s decided to produce estate-bottled wines. Recognising the estates exceptional terroir, Dr. Moretti, alongside celebrated winemaker Giuseppe Ca Viola, has transformed Sette Ponti into one of Tuscany’s most celebrated estates. “Sette Ponti has made serious wines for a while now, but over the last few years, proprietor Antonio Moretti and consulting oenologist Giuseppe Ca Viola have taken things to another level.” Antonio Galloni. Recent accolades include Gambero Rosso’s Winery of the Year in 2015, multiple 99 point scores and numerous “Top 10 Wines in the World” by various publications, from around the world.
It’s name, Tenuta Sette Ponti, is taken from the number of bridges over the Arno River between the two Tuscan cities of Florence and Arezzo. The estate itself, extending over 330 hectares in Valdarno, in the heart of Tuscany, covers an area at the foot of the mountain where the vineyards can be found. Vines occupy 50 hectares, ranging in altitude from 200 to 300 metres, with the oldest vines (mostly Sangiovese) date back to 1935. The soil is a classic Tuscan mix of sand, clay, limestone and schist-based galestro.