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Community Tasting Notes (13) Avg Score: 90.4 points

  • Clear, dark violet, medium legs. Menthol and some earth at first, then dark fruit, herbs and some oak. Reminded me of a Bordeaux on the nose. Acid, light body, light tannins, not particularly complex in the mouth. I like the stile, the wine and the producer, but this one is unfortunately past peak.

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  • Drunk out of Zalto Universal glasses, no decanting. Immediately pleasing and full of loads of fresh fruit of a dark sort (still strong elements of elderberries), and an intriguing sourness, yet also showing what appears to be complete maturity in the sense that it doesn't need air to unfold nor seems to have much in reserve. Tannic finish. Lovely wine.

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  • This is really good! Dense, saturated but in a balanced and non-oaked way showing aromas of elderberries and other dark fruits together with dust and very agreeable aged aromas. A lovely wine which, given the acidity level, seens to be ageing (or rather changeing) faster than I would have thought.

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  • Seems to have aged a bit. Marvellous nose showing cherries, elderberries, pine needles, dust, vanilla (not of oak, but vanille des Îles Bourbon), something sweet and wonderful. Dense in the mouth, nice texture, the acidity seems less prominent. A Beauty.

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  • Extremely dark and young looking, even blueish. Interesting complex nose with berries, dust, floral elements and a lovely warm aroma in the vicinity of fried fish (!). Very clean bright fruit and aromatically complex, ending on a very dry note. Tannins only appear after some time and with the dregs. Original and interesting.

    Four days later, a glass was poured from the recorked half-bottle: Further development. The rest put in the fridge.

    A week after the first taste: It is even better than at first, showing berries and fir needles in the nose, and great structure with a savoury velvety feel and cutting acidity. This will keep for a long time I am sure, but I really like now.

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Vinous

  • By Antonio Galloni
    Falling in Love With Alto Adige (May 2013), (See more on Vinous...)

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  • By Ian D'Agata
    March/April 2012, IWC Issue #161, (See more on Vinous...)

    (Foradori Teroldego Morei Vigneti delle Dolomiti) Login and sign up and see review text.
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    Northern Italy: Alto Adige, Friuli, Veneto (Feb 2011), (See more on Vinous...)

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  • By Richard Jennings
    9/27/2012, (See more on RJonWine.com...) 91 points

    (Foradori Morei Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT) Opaque red violet color; fresh, red berry, juniper, ripe raspberry nose; fresh, ripe raspberry, tart red berry, tart currant palate; medium-plus finish 91+ points

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