Foradori

Vigneti delle Dolomiti Teroldego

9.037 ratings
9.07 pro ratings
Vigneti Delle Dolomiti, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
Teroldego
Top Notes For
Charlie Evans

Love wines where the nose doesn’t match up with the palette. This was so brooding on the nose yet it was so fresh and fragrant and delicate once you taste it. Sooo good.

Love wines where the nose doesn’t match up with the palette. This was so brooding on the nose yet it was so fresh and fragrant and delicate once you taste it. Sooo good.

Oct 19th, 2017
Matt Lasater

Dense fruit and mineral tones, deeply hued color, brambly black fruits, rustic and charming.

Dense fruit and mineral tones, deeply hued color, brambly black fruits, rustic and charming.

Apr 11th, 2016
Scott Wren

Native Itslian grape. Aged in Accia barrels. Soft and floral with serious body.

Native Itslian grape. Aged in Accia barrels. Soft and floral with serious body.

Feb 25th, 2016
Matt Lasater

Crushed rocks, blackberry, coals, black plums, spice, clay like tannins but super lively acidity.

Crushed rocks, blackberry, coals, black plums, spice, clay like tannins but super lively acidity.

Feb 5th, 2016
Caleb Schiff

Needs more time .

Needs more time .

Jan 30th, 2016
Matt Banbury

Much better day 2.

Much better day 2.

Jan 24th, 2016
Stuart Pollack

Listless, tasteless Teroldego. Inexpensive but not worth buying. Foradori's other wines are significantly better, and this lowest level does not represent the brand well.

Listless, tasteless Teroldego. Inexpensive but not worth buying. Foradori's other wines are significantly better, and this lowest level does not represent the brand well.

Jan 25th, 2017
Bob McDonald

First time for the Teroldego grape for me. Apparently genetically related to Syrah. Cool maybe cold climate from northern Italy near the Dolomites. Some cowyard notes. Light to medium weight with low oak influence and medium minus tannins. Short term cellaring.

First time for the Teroldego grape for me. Apparently genetically related to Syrah. Cool maybe cold climate from northern Italy near the Dolomites. Some cowyard notes. Light to medium weight with low oak influence and medium minus tannins. Short term cellaring.

Dec 29th, 2016
Gabriella Boros

Very very interesting wine. Terroire nose with dark earth tones. Very light in the palate. Does not get heavier. Stays light. Although the aftertaste is rich it dropped bus light like a noir grape. It is saged on amphora and so there is a clay nose and taste. Intersting very expensive here worth trying.

Very very interesting wine. Terroire nose with dark earth tones. Very light in the palate. Does not get heavier. Stays light. Although the aftertaste is rich it dropped bus light like a noir grape. It is saged on amphora and so there is a clay nose and taste. Intersting very expensive here worth trying.

Oct 30th, 2016
Chad Brewer

Soft, very little tannin or grape structure, big red ripe fruit, med - acid easy to drink, almost quaffable

Soft, very little tannin or grape structure, big red ripe fruit, med - acid easy to drink, almost quaffable

Oct 4th, 2016