Foradori 2001 Granato Teroldego (Vigneti delle Dolomiti)

Elisabett Foradori's top Teroldego spends 18 months in 70% new French oak barriques, and you can definitely taste their influence in its toast, cedar and vanilla flavors. But the concentrated fruit comes through as well, in the form of blueberry and cassis, blending supply and harmoniously with the oak. Delicious already, but should hold for many years as well. Joe Czerwinski

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