Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:Continuing in our search for wines we have never heard of before (and of course following Otto`s suggestion), some forumites are about to scour the countryside high and low for some Teroldego. I found one......from California!! Well, it counts so I`m ready to pull the cork, here`s an interesting link........
Here`s looking for your impressions!!
Otto Nieminen wrote:Tomorrow, I'm opening Foradori's Granato 2001. We only have two Teroldegos available here and I've already tried the other one. Here's the note for that from a bit less than a year ago. It was a nice basic wine, but not something I'm dying to try again so I haven't bought another bottle, but will instead translate my old note:
Mezzacorona Teroldego Rotaliano Riserva 2001 9,99€ 27.11.2005
A rather juicy scent with a touch of herbs and earth. Simple but refreshing. The palate has a nice bitter twist to the fruit. It is red toned and a has a pleasantly bitter edge. It's nice enough, but hardly inspiring. It does seem to be true to the grape for sure!
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