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Community Tasting Notes (6) Avg Score: 90.3 points

  • Dark red/purple fruit and oak. Integrated light acid/tannins. Tasty, lovely to see the grape in CA. Drinking well now.

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  • Surprisingly oaky, but opened up with a bit more fruit over time. Definitely dark purple fruit, some acidity. The complexity was definitely there, it just had a hard time poking out through the oak. Interesting that this doesn't really align with the other tasting notes--maybe I had an off bottle?

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  • Overtly fruity on the nose with a slightly tarry note that dissipates during a 90 min. decant. Initially, the palate shows bright cranberry, red cherries, and a hint of cinnamon. As it continues to open, ripe blueberries appear and round out the the mid-palate. The acidity is moderate and keeps things lively, and the tannins provide a sense of grip on the back end. This is my first Teroldego and it strikes me as a terrific middle ground between Dolcetto and Barbera, borrowing elements of both. Very nicely done.

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  • Medium dark magenta. Dust, blueberry, and cola nose. Light to medium bodied, cranberries, bright cherries, soft tannins, pepper, decent acid, a bit of smoke and heat, and a long sweetish finish. Interesting, well made, simple and tasty.

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  • One hour decant. Pours dark, nearly opaque maroon. Unique nose that reminds me of blackberry violet. First sips are very juicy with licorice, purple fruits, blackberry, herbs and pepper. With air becomes full bodied and more tannic, but in a good way. Sweetens a bit with extended air. Can't wait to try the Aglianico.

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