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Montevertine - Le Pergole Torte 2009

Montevertine - Le Pergole Torte 2009

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Toscana IGT

100% Sangiovese

Lagerpotenzial: 2029

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    Anbau: biologisch

    Ausbau: 24 Monate Barrique/Holzfass

    Flaschenreifung: mehrere Monate

    Inhalt: 75 cl

  • vinous.com

    The 2009 Le Pergole Torte is young, primary and fruit-driven. This is another wine that is hard to taste in this setting, as the flavors are so primary. Sweet red cherry, pomegranate and spices are all pushed forward. Succulent, layered and beautifully expressive, the 2009 is likely to open up sooner than most Pergole Tortes, although another few years will help the tannin soften. In some ways, the 2009 is a less plush and exotic version of the 2007. Next to the other warm vintages (2003, 2007 and 2011), the 2009 is lighter and more mid-weight in structure. 94/100 (11.2015) 

     

    The 2009 Le Pergole Torte is flat-out great. Layers of fruit wrap around the palate in this flashy, seductive Pergole Torte. There are no hard edges to be found. Sweet red cherries, roses, spices and mint are layered into the silky, radiant finish. The 2009 is a wine of extraordinary elegance. Today the 2009 comes across as a smaller scaled version of the 2007. This is also the first year of biological farming at Montevertine. Despite the heat spikes in August, Martino Manetti waited until October 12 to bring the Sangiovese in. 96/100 (06.2012) 

     

    The 2009 Le Pergole Torte comes across as a smaller-scaled version of the 2007 in both size and style. The radiance of the fruit nearly covers the tannin, but there is more than enough underlying structure to provide balance. I imagine the 2009 will drink well relatively early because of its considerable richness, yet I also expect it to age gracefully for years. 95/100 (06.2012)

  • robertparker.com

    This vintage is very similar to the 2007 edition in terms of intensity, fullness and suppleness. The 2009 Le Pergole Torte shows velvety rich and dark extraction with softly intense aromas of black cherry, spice and grilled rosemary. There's a piquant touch of cheese rind or creamy white chocolate hidden deep somewhere at the back. All of these aromatic elements build in momentum and power to bring the wine a big notch forward in terms of complexity and personality. This is one of the most distinctive wines made in Tuscany, and those singular Montevertine attributes are proudly on display here. 95/100 (03.2018)

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