Dolomiti Teroldego 2021

Rich dark fruit nose. The palate is less rich with tart cherry acidity. It was great with the beet salad we had with dinner then also great with the steak and mushrooms for the main course. Very interesting wine. — 22 days ago


Lealbere Rotaliano Teroldego

Very light and smooth. Recommended by Andrea from wine tasting — 2 years ago


'Lezer' Vigneti delle Dolomiti Teroldego

Great flusher! With smoked sprays tinned 🐟, para betta chorizo, pickles, and watercress on fresh sourdough and local🇨🇭🧈 — 2 months ago


Sgarzon Vigneti delle Dolomiti Teroldego 2019

Queen of the Dolomites delivers. — 7 months ago


Morei Vigneti delle Dolomiti Teroldego 2020

So many layers of fruit but balanced by great structure. — a year ago

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Red Tail Ridge Winery

RTR Vineyard Teroldego

Spectacular... I need to explore the finger lake region more — 3 years ago

Heinrich Mayr (Nusserhof)

Ty........ Rosso Teroldego

Always love these wines. Always — 5 months ago

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Granato Teroldego 2010

Oh…how I adore Elisabetta’s wines and getting to drink Granato with some age is a huge treat! Popped and poured; enjoyed over a two hour time period and it evolved very nicely in that time. The 2010 Granato pours a deep ruby with near opaque core. Medium+ viscosity with moderate staining of the tears. On the nose, the wine is developing with notes of cassis, fresh sage, mild funk, granite rock and a soft expression of warm spices. On the palate, the wine is dry with good structure still. Confirming the notes from the nose. The finish is long and there is a drying sensation of almost licking a rock. As mentioned earlier, this opened up beautifully after about 30min and continued to shine. Admittedly, I don’t have a lot of data points on decade+ Teroldego so it’s hard to say for sure how long this could last however, when I consider that this is still developing and doesn’t show much in terms of secondary characteristics, I would say this still has a long life ahead. Drink now with a short decant or through 2030; possibly longer. — 6 months ago

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Ely Cohn

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Oh hell yes. That’s the oldest foradori I’ve seen!

Wolff Vineyards

Teroldego 2014

From the winery:
“Our Estate produced Teroldego is a rarely grown grape in the U.S. originating from the Northern Italian Tyrolean area of Trentino-Alto Adige. This big and rich inky dark red wine is lively, exhibits fruity intriguing flavors of dark berry, aromatic wood spice with a finish of structured tannins and bright acidity. Vinified and fermented in techniques similar to our Syrah this Teroldego is aged in 25% new American oak. The alcohol content is 14.2%. “ $36.00 I tasted the 2014 and it was a big & rich wine, excellent after cellaring 7 years.
— 3 years ago