Foradori Granato Magnum 2011

Foradori (Weinberg Dolomiten)

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Foradori produces the Foradori Granato Magnum 2011 (£139.33), a red wine from Weinberg Dolomiten vinified with teroldego rotaliano from 2011 and presents an alcohol content of 13%. Drinks&Co users rate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Foradori Granato

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2011 Other vintages
2010, 2001 and 1995
Appellation:Weinberg Dolomiten (Trentino-Alto-Adige,Italy)
Winery: Foradori
Volume: 150cl Other volumes
Grapes: Teroldego Rotaliano
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13%

Description · Foradori

Foradori Granato Magnum 2011 (Teroldego Rotaliano)

bright red, with amazing aromas of berry, cherry, tar and mint; Bodied and beautifully polished with a silky texture and ultra long aftertaste.

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Elisabetta Foradori is one of the most influential and determining women of wine in Italy, dubbed 'the lady of Teroldego'. One of his major merits was that of having contributed to the revaluation of Teroldego, which in recent years has been able to establish itself in the Italian wine scene with...

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Hayley Thompson

Posted on at 07.13

4 /5

Foradori Granato Teroldego Vigneti Delle Dolomiti 20011Magnum Magnum 2011

A 2011 goes fine with snacks. I drank with work colleagues.
It had a very deep colour. Mainly strawberry smell. The flavour doesn't go out right away.

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Reviews about Foradori Granato Magnum 1995

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Xtrawine

4/5

Grapevines and pomegranates have the same origins and are typical of the Mediterranean region. The pomegranate also has the same charm, beauty and intensity of the grape. The Granato is dedicated to this ideal blend, an especially concentrated and dense Teroldego that takes root from the stones of five different vineyards of the Campo Rotaliano.

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