Wine Advocate Reviewed by Monica Larner
The 2013 Teroldego Foradori delivers a darkly saturated appearance and loads of bright red fruit that comes bursting from the glass. The wine is fermented in cement vats for one year and the quality of the primary fruit is very much intact as a result. Sour cherry and blackberry are followed by lighter tones of crushed mineral, ash and grilled herb. There is a sour note on the close that you often get with Teroldego.
Foradori, Via Damiano Chiesa, 1, 38017 Mezzolombardo TN, Italien/Italy