1339 Teroldego Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018
Are you after a medium-full bodied, soft and silky red wine to enjoy with some red meat, game or venison? Look no further, you just found it! Teroldego is the grape of Trentino, it has been defined the prince of the region for its enological characteristics. The name probably comes from the name of a place, “Alle Teroldeghe”.
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Red ruby in colour, vinous on the nose with a light note of violet. Dry on the palate, full bodied, with light tannins and medium alcoholic. The grapes are grown in the area comprised by the 3 provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno, which share the Dolomites, inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2011. The mountains and the rivers have defined the cultivable areas; Teroldego prefers light and permeable soils, such as the alluvial ones. The grapes are de-stemmed and crushed and the juice undergoes the fermentation under controlled temperature for 2/3 weeks, if we consider the maceration. There after the wine undergoes the malolactic fermentation, which aims to reduce the acidity. The wine ages in wood and stainless steel tanks. Serving temperature 17-18° C."}">Red ruby in colour, vinous on the nose with a light note of violet. Dry on the palate, full bodied, with light tannins and medium alcoholic. The grapes are grown in the area comprised by the 3 provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno, which share the Dolomites, inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2011. The mountains and the rivers have defined the cultivable areas; Teroldego prefers light and permeable soils, such as the alluvial ones. The grapes are de-stemmed and crushed and the juice undergoes the fermentation under controlled temperature for 2/3 weeks, if we consider the maceration. There after the wine undergoes the malolactic fermentation, which aims to reduce the acidity. The wine ages in wood and stainless steel tanks. Serving temperature 17-18° C.
About the Producer
It was in 1956 when 11 Trentino farmers combined forces to create the Cantina Sociale in their city. The notarial deed, registered on the 17 October certifies: “the company purpose is the moral and economic improvement of the members by promoting, through appropriate initiatives an increase in wine production by providing for the process and sale of their common product”. Now as back then, their intuition was clear: unity is strength. The creation of a cooperative like the wine cooperative allowed even small producers to face the market and make a profit. This is what a wine cooperative is in our opinion: a place to defend and promote the area and its products thanks to the union of those who live and work in the area every day. The original idea was a winner and the increase in the number of members and the quantity of grapes produced and delivered bears witness to this fact. As early as 1960 the original site in via Verdi was abandoned in favour of a new site in via Fermi, where the Cantina Sociale di Trento remained until 2009. Today the new site is in via dei Viticoltori, in an area surrounded by vineyards to the south of the city. Even in this new phase of its history the Cantina Sociale di Trento chose to keep up with the times and the territory it operates in. Built in accordance with sustainability criteria it meets the needs required by today’s standards: production that is compatible with the environment and aimed at continuous quality improvement.
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