2006 Montevertine Le Pergole Torte Vino da Tavola

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  • Sangiovese
  • 750ML
  • WA 98
  • AG 98
  • WS 92

Reviews for 2006 Montevertine Le Pergole Torte Vino da Tavola

WA 98
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, June 2012
The 2006 Le Pergole Torte is utterly spellbinding. It hasn't fleshed out yet like the 2004 but it nevertheless possesses breathtaking inner perfume great purity in its fruit and fabulous overall balance. Today the tannins... The 2006 Le Pergole Torte is utterly spellbinding. It hasn't fleshed out yet like the 2004 but it nevertheless possesses breathtaking inner perfume great purity in its fruit and fabulous overall balance. Today the tannins remain a touch firm but the wine's beauty is impossible to miss. True pleasure is still a few years away. I imagine the 2006 will still be fabulous at age 30. The 2006 Pergole Torte is shaping up to be yet another jewel in a long line of stunning wines from Montevertine. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2036. 98+ points. 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. -Antonio Galloni
AG 98
Antonio Galloni - Antonio Galloni's Vinous, January 2016
In my opinion, the 2006 Le Pergole Torte is one of the greatest wines in the estate's history. Towering and explosive in all directions, the 2006 has it all. Power and finesse have rarely been fused together so... In my opinion, the 2006 Le Pergole Torte is one of the greatest wines in the estate's history. Towering and explosive in all directions, the 2006 has it all. Power and finesse have rarely been fused together so gracefully. Today, though, the 2006 remains incredibly closed. Interestingly, the 2006 was not well universally received upon its release, especially in Italy. Perhaps some tasters found the 2006 atypically big. That is certainly understandable. A few days later I stumbled across a few bottles in a private cellar. I bought them all. Curiosity got the better of me. I opened one of the bottles and found the wine even better than what I had tasted in Siena. Martino Manetti adds that 2006 was defined by both high quality and quantity.
WS 92
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, October 2009
Blackberry black cherry and floral aromas follow through to a fresh fruity and minerally palate. Silky and citrusy. Very tight and racy. Classy. Sangiovese. Best after 2011. 2000 cases made.