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    Morei Anfora - Teroldego

    Type of wine
    type of wineRood
    Grape variety
    Kneuzen, vergisting in de anfora met de schillen en het natuurlijke gist
    Extra note
    Vin naturel - met max 25mg zwavel per liter

    Teroldego | één van de twee single vineyard wijnen | 2,5 ha | stenige bodem met afzet van de dolomieten | vrij hoge densiteit van stokken per ha | vergist op Anfora voor 9 maanden met de schillen | daarna geperst en gerijpt op betonen vaten | minimaal zwavel bij botteling | zacht en zeer verfijnd | pure rode wijnen van Teroldego | enorme diepgang | zachter en eerder op dronk dan Sgarzon


    Elisabetta Foradori de 'grande dame' van de Italiaanse 'vino naturali' leid haar familie wijngoed in de Italiaanse Dolomiti naar grote hoogte. Zij en haar overleden man Rainer Zierock 'redden' de blauwe Tereldogo druif van de ondergang. In haar Granato wijngaard vinden we nog oerklonen van deze spannende blauwe druif. Rond 2013 maken haar zonen Theo en Emilio hun intreden in het bedrijf en in 2018 doed ze zelf een stap terug en mag de nieuwe generatie hun gang gaan. Vanaf de oogst van 2016 proef je de invloed van Emilio als wijnmaker terug! Na 35 jaar hard werken stort Elisabetta zich op een nieuw project, ze gaat kaas maken van de melk van haar eigen acht koeien. 


    The 2020 Teroldego Morei is dark and inward, slowly blossoming in the glass with black cherries, balsam herbs, hints of cinnamon and clove. This is round in feel, yet with a reverberation of zesty acidity and inner spice. Depths of dark red fruits and minerals settle upon the senses, along with a coating of sweet tannin. Wow, the result is quite stunning, with a chiseled and almost-teeth-chattering feel through the finale. The 2020 is a very exciting vintage for Morei; a boost of warm vintage fruit adds depth to its usually-inward and structured persona. Enjoy a bottle now, but lose the rest for a few years in the cellar. 94/100 Eric Guido

    There’s something about the Foradori wines today that evokes a sensation of pure energy and wholeness. Not to say that wine is unhealthy, especially in moderation, but these wines feel as if they emerge more from a mystical apothecary more than a winery. This is especially surprising when you visit the estate and original vineyards, which are located in the shadows of the Dolomites but also nestled into the bustling commune of Mezzolombardo, about 15 kilometers north of Trento. Things start to make a lot more sense once sons Emilio and Theo, of the winery's dynamic owner Elisabetta Foradori, begin to talk about the processes and passion behind their portfolio. At this time Emilio and Theo Foradori are the driving force behind the vineyard management and winemaking at the estate; their sister Myrtha is working on a project to create a total polycultural approach within the vineyards. This is biodiversity to the max, as greenhouses can be found within the vineyards, along with flowers, lettuces and vegetables. It goes without saying that the family follows biodynamic principles throughout all of their processes. Macerations are handled gently like a tea infusion and fermentations are completed using partial or full whole-clusters. New oak is completely avoided. The family now has 246 terra cotta amphorae, which is a sight to see. They’ve even begun experimenting with zero-sulfur added wines, but these are only available at the winery to assure the safety of the bottles. The Foradori family is pushing the limits of natural winemaking, while maintaining a truly world-class portfolio.