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Dinotte Rosso, Vigneti delle Dolomiti 2019

Red Wine from Italy - NE Italy (Trentino, Veneto)
4.500000000 star rating 6 Reviews
This curious blend is predominantly teroldego from the Italian Alps with some marzemino and a touch of soft merlot from the very tip of Lake Garda. It has led to a deeply coloured red, with lively blackcurrant and cherry flavours, with a refreshing yet full-bodied style.
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Code: IT35391

Wine characteristics

  • Red Wine
  • Full-bodied
  • Teroldego
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2024
  • 13% Alcohol
  • oak used but not v. noticeable
  • Cork, diam

Mezzacorona

Mezzacorona is an exceptionally well-run and well-equipped co-operative of some 1500 growers, with 2,600 hectares of Trentino vines, 70% of which are DOCG.

Based at the foot of the Italian Dolomites, which tower protectively over the vineyards, the vines run on trellises as far as Lake Garda, and the many surrounding lakes and rivers provide fresh, cleansing breezes. The variety of climates means that Mezzacorona can choose optimum sites for the many different grape varieties they grow.

These are used to produce a range of characterful, single-varietal wines – as well as pinot grigio, and international varieties like chardonnay and merlot, they also make exemplary teroldego and marzemino. They also use their excellent facilities to bottle wine from Feudo Arancio in south-west Sicily.

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A showcase of teroldego rotaliano’s elegance and versatility, in an inviting blend with marzemino and merlot. Teroldego’s deep flavours of red currants, blackberry, and blueberry are underscored by...
A showcase of teroldego rotaliano’s elegance and versatility, in an inviting blend with marzemino and merlot. Teroldego’s deep flavours of red currants, blackberry, and blueberry are underscored by marzemino’s pleasant juiciness and merlot’s velvety texture. Partial ageing in oak adds aromatic nuances of vanilla and cocoa.
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