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Zeni Teroldego Pini 2009

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

One third of the fruit used for this wine is air dried two to four weeks, Smoky with really big aromas of spicy black plum fruit and black cherries explode from the glass. This is a big wine with ripe dense fruit over a spicy base, all supported by a nice base of soft, brushy tannins and nervous, juicy acids. The fruit, big and black, remains fresh thanks to the acids and offers a fine, seamless, and slightly glycerine rich mouthfeel that makes this a bit chewy, particularly on the long and slightly peppery and spicy finish that trails with notes of dried fruits. A very impressive example of Teroldego and while not exactly what I’m looking for you can't deny that this is great wine. 93pts

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Color: Red
Varietal: Teroldego
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Zeni Winery:
Zeni is a wine producer that has been in business since Bartolomeo Zeni began trading wine in the early 1800s in the Bardolino region of Lake Garda in Italy. Today, the Zeni family is still in charge of wine production, with artful attention to details and a sense of tradition using modern equipment and techniques. The company produces a broad range of styles from classical Bardolino, Soave, ... Read more
Zeni is a wine producer that has been in business since Bartolomeo Zeni began trading wine in the early 1800s in the Bardolino region of Lake Garda in Italy. Today, the Zeni family is still in charge of wine production, with artful attention to details and a sense of tradition using modern equipment and techniques. The company produces a broad range of styles from classical Bardolino, Soave, Valpolicella, Bianco di Custoza, Lugana and Amarone to IGTs, rosé, sparkling and dessert wines.  Read less

Editorial Reviews for Zeni Teroldego Pini

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065212,809
4.50 5
06/09/2014

One third of the fruit used for this wine is air dried two to four weeks, Smoky with really big aromas of spicy black plum fruit and black cherries explode from the glass. This is a big wine with ripe dense fruit over a spicy base, all supported by a nice base of soft, brushy tannins and nervous, juicy acids. The fruit, big and black, remains fresh thanks to the acids and offers a fine, seamless, and slightly glycerine rich mouthfeel that makes this a bit chewy, particularly on the long and slightly peppery and spicy finish that trails with notes of dried fruits. A very impressive example of Teroldego and while not exactly what I’m looking for you can't deny that this is great wine. 93pts


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Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065212,809
4.70 5
06/09/2014

Four and a half glasses




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