Foradori Teroldego Vigneti Delle Dolomiti 2013

Synopsis, Our Opinion: A bottle that was filed to the brim with substantive red wine.

Producer/Winery: Elisabetta Foradori; Azenda Agricola Forador; Mezzolombardo, Itly.

Grape Variety: Teroldego

Geographic Appellation: Vigneti Delle Dolomiti, Italy.

Vintage: 2013

Price: $23.40 (with a 10% mixed case discount)

Purchased From: The Caviste Wine Shop; Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Paired With: Venison steak, baked potato and a garden salad.


    Opened one hour before drinking. Opaque, cloudy purple color with a lighter rim. Light aromas of blackberry, plum and damp earth that have a distinct peppery scent. Bold, fruity, medium to full body and an 80-grit texture. Ripe plum flavor intertwined with licorice, tar and mineral. Abundant fresh acidity and supple yet chewy tannins that ended each sip with just a little grip and a touch of back-of-the-throat heat. All this continues through a long mouth-puckering finish that ended with a unique liveliness. No shrinking violet here. This was a powerful red wine that tasted a lot more than the 12% alcohol listed on the label. OUTSTANDING paired with the strong venison flavors and it was delicious with a few bites of Brie cheese after the meal. It improved tremendously from the first pour to the last and we would recommend it be decanted. A bottle that was filed to the brim with substantive red wine.

Elisabetta Foradori in her Teroldego vineyard
Photo from Alex Finberg, Louis/Dressner Selections.

Comments: Learn more about Elisabetta Foradori and her wines.

Alcohol Content: 12%

Closure: Natural cork.

UPC Code: 8 029627 152130

Imported by: Louis/Dressner Selections; New York, New York.

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