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Sgarzon Vigneti delle Dolomiti Teroldego

9.224 ratings
9.15 pro ratings
Rotaliano, Trentino, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
Teroldego
Top Notes For
Jay Kline

Vibrant tart dark berries. A touch of brett gives some charm. Loads of structure. A wonderful compliment to the meal. I see a lot of upside.

Vibrant tart dark berries. A touch of brett gives some charm. Loads of structure. A wonderful compliment to the meal. I see a lot of upside.

Nov 14th, 2017
Becky George

Winemaker Kelly Fleming Wines

9.2

Lots of cherry, maraschino cherry, some anise/herbal characters, bright acid on palate...still a baby but delicious

Lots of cherry, maraschino cherry, some anise/herbal characters, bright acid on palate...still a baby but delicious

Apr 23rd, 2017
Jay Kline

Popped and poured. This was my first experience with Teroldego and I was immediately smitten. The wine was deep garnet in the glass with a striking transparency (the core was not quite opaque). Aromas of dark fruits, wet stone and a hint of smoked game that I really, quite liked. On the palate it was fresh, snappy dark fruit and minerals. Tannin and acid were in perfect balance. Pleasantly long finish with wonderful texture. An awesome wine...need to get more. Since I don't have much experience with this varietal I don't want to make any bold statements on age-ability but I can say that it's drinking great right now and would imagine, due to structure, that this would cellar nicely for at least 5 years and perhaps much longer. This is a great wine to accompany a meal and a really nice alternative to Burgundy.

Popped and poured. This was my first experience with Teroldego and I was immediately smitten. The wine was deep garnet in the glass with a striking transparency (the core was not quite opaque). Aromas of dark fruits, wet stone and a hint of smoked game that I really, quite liked. On the palate it was fresh, snappy dark fruit and minerals. Tannin and acid were in perfect balance. Pleasantly long finish with wonderful texture. An awesome wine...need to get more. Since I don't have much experience with this varietal I don't want to make any bold statements on age-ability but I can say that it's drinking great right now and would imagine, due to structure, that this would cellar nicely for at least 5 years and perhaps much longer. This is a great wine to accompany a meal and a really nice alternative to Burgundy.

Jun 26th, 2017
Aaron Rankin

My first Teroldego and I’ll be back (also happy to have 5 more bottles!). This has a lovely freshness and texture throughout. Blue fruits, spices, vegetal notes. Tannins are elegant. Like others I picked up a whiff of Brett. Service: 45m decant.

My first Teroldego and I’ll be back (also happy to have 5 more bottles!). This has a lovely freshness and texture throughout. Blue fruits, spices, vegetal notes. Tannins are elegant. Like others I picked up a whiff of Brett. Service: 45m decant.

Jan 17th, 2019
Matt Bernstein

One of my favorite wines. Elegant, structured, balanced.

One of my favorite wines. Elegant, structured, balanced.

Sep 23rd, 2018
Sion Iorwerth

Magnum.

Magnum.

Nov 2nd, 2017
David Watts

Strong on cherry and marzipan

Strong on cherry and marzipan

Oct 28th, 2017
Debbie Shing

Quite an elegant, lifted example of this varietal. Tasted in a Syrah & Friends flight. Lots of blue and purple fruit, some floral, fine silky tannins. Would like to have more of this again.

Quite an elegant, lifted example of this varietal. Tasted in a Syrah & Friends flight. Lots of blue and purple fruit, some floral, fine silky tannins. Would like to have more of this again.

Jul 24th, 2017
Ryan Mayeda

glad we tried this, hadn't had this grape or region before #italy

glad we tried this, hadn't had this grape or region before #italy

Mar 22nd, 2017