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    2021 Foradori Teroldego (Trentino-Alto Adige, IT) 4R


    Techniques like neutral barrels, lees contact, and cement tanks add body and texture

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    2021 Foradori Teroldego (Trentino-Alto Adige, IT) 4R

    Teroldego is a fascinated grape with a long history, with historical references going back to the 13th century according to research reviewed by Foradori herself. The grape is genetically linked to Syrah, so look for subtle smoke aromas as well as darker fruit, although remaining relatively light-bodied. This wine shows tremendous textural complexity and is a fantastic pairing with lighter fare, charcuterie, and holiday classics.

    About The Varietal


    Teroldego is a deeply colored red wine grape primarily cultivated in the mountainous Trentino wine region of northern Italy, where it serves as the main dark-skinned variety. This grape variety is known for producing deeply pigmented red wines characterized by an intensely fruity character, becoming somewhat of an icon for Trentino's wine industry.

    About The Producer


    Foradori is an Italian winery renowned for its commitment to biodynamic farming and the production of exceptional wines. The estate is located in the Trentino region of northern Italy, specifically in the Campo Rotaliano area, which is celebrated for its unique terroir and favorable climate. Elena Foradori, a visionary winemaker, has been at the helm of the estate since the early 1980s. She took over the reins of the family winery at a young age, displaying a passion for viticulture and a deep connection to the land. Under her guidance, Foradori underwent a transformation towards organic and biodynamic farming practices, reflecting a commitment to sustainability and respect for nature.


    Techniques like neutral barrels, lees contact, and cement tanks add body and texture