Teroldego

Teroldego is a precious red grape, fruity, strong, rich in anthocyanins and light tannins.

Teroldego grape is similar to sangiovese grosso.

Teroldego is grown at its best in Trentino, Northern Italy, Dolomites. 

Teroldego as a native, autochton grape originates from Piana Rotaliana, Mezzolombardo, Mezzocorona.

The red wine Teroldego Rotaliano is one of the top Italian autochton wines.

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  • Apothic Dark 2014

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    Wine review by Irishczar13


  • Oh, you can't leave us there, GdP.  You tasted "several dozen ... giving it another go.Drunk a Teroldego the other day and thought of GdP, or his relatives, anyway.  Had a Trousseau from Jura a few nights before that.  My idea of what Beaujolais ought to be--fun, fruit up front, sneaky tannins at most.  I liked it a lot more than Beaujolais I ... Read More

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  • Apothic Dark 2012

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    Wine review by Sandshark66


  • Apothic Dark 2014

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    Gorgeous color of purple with black hues....very unique and interesting! Aromas of very dark fruits such as blackberry and blueberry....perhaps dried,heavy dark chocolate, coffee bean, and some dry Earthy roots.....Flavors that are dry and of cocoa and black coffee, along with the aforementioned deep berry fruits....mouthfeel is light and airy ... Read More

    Wine review by chriscage


  • Yeah, and Amarone and Barbaresco/Barolo are about as different as you can get, ... then you can get things like Teroldego, Lagrein, Barbera, all of which also age nicely and tend to be a lot cheaper. Most importantly, how long do they intend to keep the wine and where? On top of the fridge is no good for aging. Inside the fridge is way better ... Read More

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  • Hi, my wife and I received a nice bottle of wine as a wedding present that we've now been cellaring for over 5 years (planning to enjoy on our anniversary in the future when its time, online people suggest to 'hold' still). We've never cellared wine before, but it's been fun to have this special bottle that we're waiting to enjoy together over m... Read More

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  • Mezzacorona Teroldego Rotaliano Riserva 2007

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    Wine review by martins2002


  • Try Teroldego from the Heringer vineyard located in Clarksburg near Sacramento, CA. The bottling from Heringer Estates is allocated, but they also sell their Teroldego grapes to other wineries. Amphora is one I am familiar with.

    Comment by 1052599alcors3 1052599 alcors3


  • Mark, never had a straight up Teroldego but have had it in a blend, nothing to write home about.JD, have also have a fair share of ho-hum viognier, but have also had some that were really good. Just have to keep searching.Now I know Cali sauvignon blanc is about as basic and (sometimes) mundane as it gets but this one is made by a winery about 2... Read More

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  • Wolff Vineyards Teroldego Edna Valley 2013

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    Quite dark purple color. Fresh, nose of red fruit. Not a full frontal attack on the tongue, but detectable cherry, plum flavors with some spicehint of clove. As the wine passes back, something of white fruit flavors emergepeach, melon. Quite light on the tannin, but this wine does not lack for firmness. It its not quite full bodied, but it... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • You keep finding them, v v.  Pretty amazing.Not nearly as rarely planted ... about 200 acres planted to Teroldego in the state.This is a pleasant, easy to like wine.  Light red fruit--cheery, plum--seem to morph to white fuit--peach, melon--towards the back.  Very light tannin and acid, but, somehow, firmness is apparent. &nbs Read More

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  • I am looking to try a teroldego wine. Recommendations would be appreciated!

    Comment by 176729Amy Clement 176729 Amy Clement


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