I've been looking everywhere for you! I have a cask of Amontillado, but I'm not sure if it's authentic.
What? Do you want to try it for me to know if it's real? If you don't want to, I'll just have Luchresi do it for me.
Bring me to your vaults. I'll taste that Amontillado of yours.
Luchresi?! No, no, no! He can't even tell which wine is which! He's a fake connoisseur.
Yes, of course. Amontillado is an extraordinary wine. I need to look into it.
Are you sure you can still carry on? You seem very ill.
During an Italian carnival, the narrator, Montresor runs into Fortunato. He offers to share a very nice bottle of Amontillado with him. However, this bottle is in his catacomb, it is late at night and Fortunato seems to have a little too much to drink of his "Cough Medicine"
Montresor began to recall how Fortunato has made a grave insult against him and so he is planning to get revenge. Although he doesn't tell what Fortunato has done exactly, he makes it sound like he will never be forgiven
Montressor, what are you doing!
Montressor! For the love of God!
Montresor and Fortunato walk down into the dark and creepy catacomb. As the suspense builds, Montresor keeps on asking if Fortunato would like to turn back because he seems ill. However, Fortunato continues to drink wine as his cough medicine.
When they reach their destination, there is no Amontillado but there is a hole in the wall. Montresor chains Fortunado inside the wall and begins to seal up the wall with bricks.
As the last few bricks are laid, Fortunato screams for Montresor to stop but it is too late. Montresor has gotten his revenge, and Fortunado will soon be gone in the catacomb.
Yes. For the love of God.
In the end, no mortal has disturbed him for half of a century. May he rest in peace.