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Despite the change, Montervertine still uses the broader IGT Toscana classification. As a result of this, Montevertine wines are often thought of as Super Tuscans, although none of the wines use any foreign grape varieties often associated with the category, like Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot. All Montevertine wines are Sangiovese-dominant, with small amounts of Colorino and Canaiolo – making them classic Chianti blends. The Montevertine vineyards are some of the highest in Chianti with an elevation of 425 meters (1395 feet) above sea level. Around 90 percent of the vineyards are planted to the Sangiovese grape, with the rest yielding Colorino and Canaiolo. Montevertine is best known for the wine Le Pergole Torte – a single-vineyard offering from the original two hectares planted by Manetti. It is 100 percent Sangiovese, aged for 12 months in Slavonian oak and 12 months in French barriques from Allier. Martino Manetti took over the winery in 2000 after the death of his father Sergio.\u003cbr\u003e"}

2009 | Montevertine | Le Pergole Torte

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Red Wine: 2009 | Montevertine | Le Pergole Torte

Deep red. Musky red fruits, smoked meat, aromatic herbs and bitter chocolate on the pure, distinctly Old World nose. Supple, sweet and deep, but with lovely lift and verve to the fine-grained flavors of red berries, truffle and marzipan.

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Producer: Montevertine

Ratings: WA | 96  WC | 93

Vintage: 2009

Size: 750ml

ABV: 14%

Varietal: Sangiovese

    Country/Region: Italy, Tuscany

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      Detailed Description

      Deep red. Musky red fruits, smoked meat, aromatic herbs and bitter chocolate on the pure, distinctly Old World nose. Supple, sweet and deep, but with lovely lift and verve to the fine-grained flavors of red berries, truffle and marzipan. Brisk acidity keeps the finish of this full-bodied wine firm and refreshing. The very long finish shows repeating notes of herbs and violet.

        Reviews:

        • Wine Advocate: 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 wave in August, Martino Manetti waited until October 12 to bring the Sangiovese in. Anticipated maturity: 2017-2039. In a week during which I tasted most of the reference point Sangioveses and Sangiovese-based reds, one wine stuck out - Le Pergole Torte. Quite honestly, I had a hard time getting to sleep the night I tasted these wines. They were that viscerally thrilling. Le Pergole Torte isn’t a great Tuscan or Italian wine. It is simply one of the world’s elite wines.
        • Wine Cellar: Deep red. Musky red fruits, smoked meat, aromatic herbs and bitter chocolate on the pure, distinctly Old World nose. Supple, sweet and deep, but with lovely lift and verve to the fine-grained flavors of red berries, truffle and marzipan. Brisk acidity keeps the finish of this full-bodied wine firm and refreshing. The very long finish shows repeating notes of herbs and violet.

        Producer Information

        Montevertine is a wine producer in Tuscany. It traces its beginnings to back to 1967, when Sergio Manetti bought a vacation home in Chianti and planted two hectares (five acres) of vines with the intention of making some wine for friends and family. The first vintage in 1971 was such a success that Manetti took a few bottles to the Vinitaly wine show in Venice where the wine garnered such a positive reaction that Manetti made winemaking his new career. Montevertine is now known as a cult producer of high-quality, Sangiovese-dominant red wines from Tuscany. Montervertine was established within the boundaries of what became Chianti Classico and, initially, Manetti used the Chianti Classico designation for his wines. However, he soon became frustrated at the manditory inclusion of at least 10 percent of the white grape Trebbiano in the blend, and left the Chianti Classico Consortium in 1981. History sided with Manetti and, in 2006, Chianti Classico outlawed the use of white grapes. Despite the change, Montervertine still uses the broader IGT Toscana classification. As a result of this, Montevertine wines are often thought of as Super Tuscans, although none of the wines use any foreign grape varieties often associated with the category, like Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot. All Montevertine wines are Sangiovese-dominant, with small amounts of Colorino and Canaiolo – making them classic Chianti blends. The Montevertine vineyards are some of the highest in Chianti with an elevation of 425 meters (1395 feet) above sea level. Around 90 percent of the vineyards are planted to the Sangiovese grape, with the rest yielding Colorino and Canaiolo. Montevertine is best known for the wine Le Pergole Torte – a single-vineyard offering from the original two hectares planted by Manetti. It is 100 percent Sangiovese, aged for 12 months in Slavonian oak and 12 months in French barriques from Allier. Martino Manetti took over the winery in 2000 after the death of his father Sergio.

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