Foradori 2015 (IGT Vigneti delle Dolomiti)

L'IGT Vigneti delle Dolomiti is a third level designation wine region in Italy. It is located in north-east Italy, in 'Trentino-Alto Adige' wine region. This viticultural area at the foot of the Alps is not only very interesting geographically but also ampelographically. There we find autochthonous varieties in white and red. In white they emphasize the Nosiola and in red the Marzemino or the Teroldego (like in this monovarietal).

Visually a very deep black cherry colour with a evolutionated border (15 month getting old between in stainless steel vats and barrels). Coloured and slow tears. A first nose for cocoa and fruits in liquour. A powerfull second nose : black forest fruits macerated, barrel and black chocolate hints. Complexity. A powerfull and alcoholic attack (12'5 % vol.), full bodied developement with little fruits in liquour (that reminds the liquor bombon ). End with notes of very ripe fruit but with a polished tannin.

The Teroldego variety is produced very locally in the 'Trentino-Alto Adige' region and rarely comes out of it. The Teroldego likes light and well drained soils to ripen quietly (late cycle). How it has been seen in the tasting your style of wine is based on the potency and structure. Mm. Elisabetta Foradori proposes a price of 21 euros ($ 24) to accompany solid elaborations better if you look at Italy. Try this Teroldego with the rabbit in 'Grappa', the goulash, the roe deer with polenta, the trout in all the sauces and the "Lucanica", a pork sausage.

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