Traditional Teroldego from the Alto-Adige in nothern Italy is light, acidic, and aromatic. It is fairly common for a bottle of Teroldego from the Alto-Adige to age for 8-10 years before it is drinkable. On the other hand, Teroldego grown with steady hear produces rich, inky juice that stains teeth, tongue, skin and the imagination.
The nose reminds one of hoisin sauce, amaretto, leather, and amber. Full-bodied and ripe with good acidity as well as firm front-palate tannins that finish quickly, it should drink nicely for a decade.Total Alcohol: 14%
Time in Barrel: 31 Months
Clonal blend: 100% Teroldego