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Dorigati 2015 Teroldego Rotaliano DOC

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Tasting Notes

The grape Teroldego is grown mainly in the North Eastern regions of Italy. However, it is mostly unknown that this varietal has also been grown in other parts of the world, including Australia. It is challenging to grow and requires a great deal of patience, but as a result of your hard work you are left with a wine that is very interesting.


A lovely nose of bright red fruits, spice and a herbaceous twist. The first time the wine swirls around your palate, the bright fruits are present up front and this then works its way back with a spicy and herbaceous finish. The wine spends 12 months in large oak providing a full body and tannin structure. 


Enjoy Me With

Due to the tannin weight, fruity and herbal characters, this uncommon varietal works incredibly well with game meats including venison, pheasant and fowl. Alternatively, this wine will also work well with stronger aged cheeses.


A lovely interesting wine that is incredibly food friendly. If you enjoy fruit driven, spicy and slightly herbal characters, you will love this wine.  
- Jeremy.

Vineyard in Focus

Steeped in history, the vineyard has been cared for by the Dorigati family in the village of Mezzocorona, Trentino since 1858. The family owns five and a half hectares, whilst also sourcing from local growers who cultivate grapes from a further fifteen hectares. The vines are grown at the base of the Mezzocorona Mountains as well as the Piana Rotaliana, where the lands and climate produce sensational wines from the varieties of Teroldego, Lagrein, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Rebo and Pinot Grigio.