2019 Foradori Granato Vigneti Delle DolomitiTeroldego from Italy
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"Grapes and pomegranate have common origins and are often found growing together in the Mediterranean basin. The pomegranate fruit also possesses the charm, beauty and intensit...
- 96 Eric Guido - Vinous Media
96 Eric Guido - Vinous Media
"Minty herbs and camphor give way to black currants and savory spices, as the 2019 Teroldego Granato blossoms in the glass. This is polished and elegant with a deep inner spiciness and depths of dark red fruits. Cooling acids and minerals help to lift the expression, holding the 2019’s power in reserve, and creating a youthful yet totally harmonious expression. While structured and built for the long term, I recommend checking in on at least one bottle to enjoy the intensity of its primary fruit. This is an undeniably classic Granato in the making. In 2019, the Foradori family used 30% whole-cluster fruit while fermenting the Granato."
"Grapes and pomegranate have common origins and are often found growing together in the Mediterranean basin. The pomegranate fruit also possesses the charm, beauty and intensity of grapes. It is thanks to this union that the name ‘Granato’ derives, the name of a Teroldego of a particular concentration and density that sinks its roots into the stones of the three vineyards in Campo Rotaliano. - Winery
96 - Eric Guido - Vinous Media
|Taste||dark stone fruit, black cherry, smoke, herb and bitter almond|
|Nose||dark stone fruit, black cherry, smoke, herb and bitter almond|