The most important wine in Trentino is Teroldego, which most likely is the oldest quality grape variety produced in the region. The aromatic varietal features such as wild berries and blackberries with age evolve in a more complex bouquet thanks to the aging in Frenck oak barriques and Slavonian oak casks for at least 6 months.
It has an intense ruby red colour, with pronounced and lively violet lights while young. The bouquet is clear-cut, decidedly fruity with hints of raspberry and woodland fruits while it is young; with maturity, the bouquet develops more depht and new sensations, becoming ethereal, with more breadth yet individual at the same time. The taste is well-balanced and slightly tannic combined with robust and consistent body. It is smooth, round and full-bodied on the palate.
Piana Rotaliana north of Trento, in the comune of Mezzolombardo.
Horizontal bottle in a cool and dark space.