The exposition of the story is when Montressor was introduced. He then explains how he is upset with Fortunato and wants revenge. Fortunato is also introduced as a wine taster and the enemy of Montressor. Fortunato seems to be completely oblivious that he is Montressor's enemy.
The indicating moment is when Montressor leads Fortunato into the catacombs. His weak ego plays to Montressor's advantage.
The rising action is when he goes into the catacombs to taste and expensive type of wine. During this time, Fortunato is slightly intoxicated and is unaware of what is happening around him
The climax is when Montressor chains Fortunato to the wall of the catacombs and ignores the screams for mercy.
Fortunato finally stop screaming and Montressor only hear the ringing of the bell on the hat. The the torch is throw and Montressor seals up the tomb so that nobody will every find him.
The Resolution is when Fortunato is left to rest in peace. You also hear Montressor's confession about fifty years later.