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A fabulously fruity red from the Trentino region, in northern Italy.
Here, the Teroldego grape has produced a wine with lots of juicy black cherry and redcurrant fruit, along with a sprinkle of spice at the end.
Begs to be out with a bowl of tomato-sauce drenched pasta.
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 4 years
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Brian Elliot - Scotland on Sunday 12/04/2015
Of the 2013 vintage, Brian Elliott said: “Among all the talk about Italian grape varieties, Teroldego is often overlooked, yet it produces excellent red wine. The 2013 vintage was especially good in Trentino, so enjoy the dense cherry and plum fruit this great-value version delivers, embellished as it is by twists of concluding liquorice and mocha, and well judged tannin.”
Susy Atkins - Delicious Magazine 01/07/2015
Of the 2013 vintage, Susy Atkins said: "A deep ruby coloured red with smooth mulberry and milk chocolate flavours. One for pasta, with (or without) a tomatoey sauce."
Eileen Leahy - Saturday Magazine, Daily Express 20/06/2015
Of the 2013 vintage, Eileen Leahy said: "Teroldego is probably the oldest grape variety in Trentino, and this wine is a gorgeous deep ruby red colour with sweet, pure cherry and raspberry fruit and a slightly grainy spiciness."
Jane MacQuitty - The Times 01/08/2015
Of the 2013 vintage, Jane MacQuitty said: “Terrific, bold Teroldego grape, gem from northern Italy, with plenty of rich, earthy, black cherry and creosote stashed, barbecued sausage-friendly fruit.”
Jamie Goode - S Magazine, Sunday Express 09/08/2015
Of the 2013 vintage, Jamie Goode said: “Very pure, sweet cherry and raspberry fruit is the key to this northern Italian red, which has focus and a slightly grainy structure. It’s so easy to drink.”
Olly Smith - BBC Saturday Kitchen 06/02/2016
“With Ken’s spicy beef a fruity red is the top tipple to combat all the spicy flavours. With the recipes dazzling citrus appeal, a nimble red is king of the swingers, so I’m selecting this, finest* Teroldego. Teroldego is a lesser known grape that’s grown in North East Italy where it’s been found since the 1400’s. It tends towards lighter red wines, and this one is as fruity and light as a monkey juggling black cherries. There’s also, thanks to a bit of ageing, a bit of spice here which is spot on to frame Ken’s beef and chillies. If I had a tail – that would make me wag it. The fruitiness of Teroldego is the key to getting the right balance and it’s Teroldego’s gluggable freshness that makes it spot on to sip with sharper flavours.”
Teroldego is probably the oldest quality grape variety cultivated in Trentino. Teroldego producers were the first to establish a consortium in 1948 for the protection of Teroldego Rotaliano and the first in 1970 to obtain Denominazione di Origine Controllata status.
Production area: on well-drained terraces in the Adige and Vallagarina valleys, on a gravelly matrix of alluvial origins and at the foot of alluvial cones on limestone, medium-deep soils with plenty of skeleton.