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Community Tasting Notes (7) Avg Score: 92.6 points

  • Bu à la SAQ de Granby il était en carafe depuis quelques heures
    selon Guylaine. Superbe bouquet sur les fruits noires,
    les herbes et la fumée.
    En bouche, belle structure, c`est ferme mais bien approchable.
    Fort charmeur, sur les bleuets et les mures avec du thym
    et des épices. Les tannins sont charnus, l`inclusion de la rafle
    y est pour quelque chose ici!
    La finale est super longue et veloutée.
    Superbe vin en devenir, avec la carafe il
    se boit bien maintenant.

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  • Drinking through the wines of Italy is very much an adventure even after 2,000+ CT reviews. I'd never heard of Teroldego before this wine. The wine is outstanding, though it needed a little air to show well. Lean, but not too lean, with vivid blueberry, violet, and blackberry flavors, light peppery spice, and a touch of gaminess. It reminds me of syrah. Lip-smacking tangy finish. Subtle tannins. It will be interesting to see how this ages. It tastes very primary right now.

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  • As other others have noted on CT, a mixed of wild berries, both red and black are at the forefront of both the nose and the palate, some earthy notes, and playful tannins. Added with medium to medium-low acidity, I was drifting towards thinking of this as the Italian cousin of a top shelf Bedrock (Dolinsek?) or a Carlisle from the Russian River. But then one senses the palate density….and its almost freakin weightless. Game changer. Working this backwards, everything seems different now, a wine with some fruit for sure, but so unique, playful yet serious, just like what everybody says about Elisabetta F from various articles and whatnot. I’m pretty sure the Granato doesn’t see the famous amphora that Foradori is known for but is aged in old oak barrels (open air?) Simply lovely. No clue how this will age out.

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  • From old vines. Deep, meaty, fruity and pure aromas. Juicy and velvety in the mouth. Fine tannins. Delicious.

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  • Powerful fragrant nose of dark wild berries with smoky minerals and a hint of mint. Very high acidity given its youth but there is powerful balancing fruit and tannins with great flavors of wild berries, cinnamon and dark spices. There is a wonderful spicy depth and the finish is concentrated and complex already with notes of minerals and mint. This is just a stellar wine and will be something to behold in 10+ years given this wine’s track record for aging. 93+

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