2001 Harvest Tuscany

As mentioned last month, the 2001 harvest is expected to be of a high quality, with some even comparing it to the wonderful 1997 vintage, but with a limited production.euroThe area most dramatically hit by the frosts of April was Montalcino, with some of the producers of Brunello di Montalcino losing up to 40% of their grapes. In addition, the rain at the end of September also meant that the Sangiovese grape was affected, depending on when the harvest took place, if it was after these rains then the grapes could be slightly diluted. However, in comparison to the 1998 harvest, which was accompanied by cold weather, the 2001 Sangiovese grape, which is also the foundation of Chianti Classico and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, promises to produce more perfumed wines.euroIn the Bolgheri area, in the south of Tuscany, the Cabernet and Merlot grapes that go towards producing the wonderful Sassicaia and Ornellia wines were already picked before the rains started and so are expected to produce richly perfumed wines.
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