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Cantina Rotaliana Teroldego Rotaliano 2010

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Established in 1931 in Trentino, Italy, Cantina Rotaliana di Mezzolombardo is a 395 acre property located in the valley floor between Rocchetta Pass and mountain ranges of Alto Adige. The vineyard straddles the Adige and Noce rivers, where moderate climates and fertile soils provide the ideal environment to grow Teroldego grapes. To encourage proper and even ripening, each vine is pruned so that there are only two fruitproducing canes. Further, no chemical fertilizers are used and veraison is routine. Hand-harvested fruit was destemmed and gravity fed to stainless steel tanks. The first fermentation occurred naturally with pump overs to encourage proper tannin extraction. After the first racking, malolactic occurred naturally and then the wine was racked a second time to remove solids and aerate the wine. After 5-6 months, the lots were blended and lightly filtered before bottling. Pairs well with: Beef Olives Caribbean cuisine Foods cooked via Braise/Soup/Stew Savory dishes Dishes to serve with Teroldego: Fennel sausage with dumplings Fresh pasta with speck and parsley Braised pork shoulder with brodo of tomato

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  • 2010

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Color: Red
Varietal: Teroldego
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Established in 1931 in Trentino, Italy, Cantina Rotaliana di Mezzolombardo is a 395 acre property located in the valley floor between Rocchetta Pass and mountain ranges of Alto Adige. The vineyard straddles the Adige and Noce rivers, where moderate climates and fertile soils provide the ideal environment to grow Teroldego grapes. To encourage proper and even ripening, each vine is pruned so that there are only two fruitproducing canes. Further, no chemical fertilizers are used and veraison is routine. Hand-harvested fruit was destemmed and gravity fed to stainless steel tanks. The first fermentation occurred naturally with pump overs to encourage proper tannin extraction. After the first racking, malolactic occurred naturally and then the wine was racked a second time to remove solids and aerate the wine. After 5-6 months, the lots were blended and lightly filtered before bottling. Pairs well with: Beef Olives Caribbean cuisine Foods cooked via Braise/Soup/Stew Savory dishes Dishes to serve with Teroldego: Fennel sausage with dumplings Fresh pasta with speck and parsley Braised pork shoulder with brodo of tomato

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