Foradori Granato Magnum 2018

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The vineyards where the grapes of this precious Teroldego Granato grow, derive from ancient pergolas of the Campo Rotaliano, selected in different plots for a total of 4 hectares.
The name of the "Garnet", name of a Teroldego of particular concentration and density that has its roots in the stones of three vineyards of Campo Rotaliano.
In addition to the attention derived from biodynamic compounds, this wine is the result of a fermentation with open vats and then aged for 15 months in large barrels.
Intense ruby red color. The nose is characterized by hints of fruit especially currants and cherries. In the mouth it is intense, with hints of fruit and pleasant notes of almost damp rock.

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Color

Rosso rubino.

Smell

Il naso è interamente giocato su note che richiamano la frutta, da cui emergono piacevoli sensazioni di ciliegia e mora, impreziosite da tocchi più legnosi, derivanti dall'affinamento.

Taste

Intenso, ampio, caratterizzato da una vena minerale e da un sorso dotato di un retrogusto fruttato.

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Features

YEAR 2018
TRAINING SYSTEM Guyot
ALCOL 13.00
FORMAT 1,50 L Magnum

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION IGT Vigneti delle Dolimiti o Weinberg Dolomiten
TEMPERATURE 16-18
LOCATION Comune di Mezzolombardo, Morei, Vignai, Sgarzon, Cesura, Regin: diverse parcelle per complessivi 5 ettari
GROUND Terra alluvionale, ghiaioso - ciottolosa.
REFINEMENT 24 in botti di rovere.
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 20000
PLANTS FOR HECTARE 6000
WINEMAKING Fermentazione in grandi tini aperti.
DECANTING 1 ora

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Advocated 1995 91
James Suckling 2007 92

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Name: Elisabetta Foradori
Start-up year: 1901
Cultivated hectares: 25
Winemaker name: Emilio Zierock
Address: Via Damiano Chiesa, 1 - Mezzolombardo (TN)
Web Site: www.elisabettaforadori.com

In 1999 a new wine cellar was excavated under the old barn and is used solely to store the barriques for the ageing of the Teroldego. These small barrels are piled up in pyramids; the lighting is almost sacred and the setting artistic. Yet this is a functional space, with an ideal climate thanks to the loam plaster on its walls. The Teroldego is kept in barriques resting on gravel from the River Noce. The entrance has large, smooth stones piled up against the wall, beautiful large pebbles that magically draw the visitor down the steep steps. Balancing warmth and coolness, the familiar and the surprising, coarseness and refinement, nature and culture to create a harmonious whole are its unique features.