Teroldego is a precious red grape, fruity, strong, rich in anthocyanins and light tannins.

Teroldego grape is similar to sangiovese grosso.

Teroldego is grown at its best in Trentino, Northern Italy, Dolomites. 

Teroldego as a native, autochton grape originates from Piana Rotaliana, Mezzolombardo, Mezzocorona.

The red wine Teroldego Rotaliano is one of the top Italian autochton wines.



– Description from Marcello Delucca

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  • Lidio Carraro Singular Teroldego Terras de Encruzilhada Do Sul 2010


    Dry mineral and tar notes without much fruit but with a pronounced earthiness. Deep black fruit and tart acidity with grainy tannins and puckering sour cherry flavors, this is very concentrated and thick on the palate with a finish of moist earth and spice. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Lidio Carraro Singular Teroldego Terras de Encruzilhada Do Sul 2012


    Smoked and earthy with notes of vanilla bean, savory spice and black cherry. Warmly fruited and spiced on the palate with more wood smoke flavors, a mixture or red and black fruit and good structure. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Dark Horse Double Down Red Blend California


    Light and fruity cranberry and mixed berry aromas. Dry and drying with notes of plum and black currant and a tart acidity on the finish. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Apothic Dark 2012


    Absolutely love this wine, I believe it is the best glass of wine I have ever had! Read More

    Wine review by Gardenartist

  • Porta Vita Italia Rosso 2015


    very pleasant blend sliding smoothly across the palate with a hint of added sweetness, quite worth the effort Read More

    Wine review by Pickit4flavor

  • Or just go Piedmont and Alto Adige, or just North Italy - there are lots of ... ... of grapes in the region. Teroldego, Lagrein, Freisa, Vernatsch/Schiava, and Brachetto in addition to the Ruché. All those can be real nice grapes too. Freisa and Schiava are often floral and candied on the nose, Brachetto is like strawberries, and Lagrein and T... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Italy's other Grapes

  • Planning to do some exploring into Italy's other wine varietals, those without the fanfare or popularity of Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Barbera, and Dolcetto, etc.First up is a Ruche with a few years bottle age by Montalbera, apparently a lighter wine that was traditionally brought out for special occassions...figure this should make for a nice aperti... Read More

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  • Apothic Dark 2014


    No written review

    Wine review by Irishczar13

  • Oh, you can't leave us there, GdP.  You tasted "several dozen ... giving it another go.Drunk a Teroldego the other day and thought of GdP, or his relatives, anyway.  Had a Trousseau from Jura a few nights before that.  My idea of what Beaujolais ought to be--fun, fruit up front, sneaky tannins at most.  I liked it a lot more than Beaujolais I ... Read More

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  • Apothic Dark 2012


    No written review

    Wine review by Sandshark66

  • Try Teroldego from the Heringer vineyard located in Clarksburg near Sacramento, CA. The bottling from Heringer Estates is allocated, but they also sell their Teroldego grapes to other wineries. Amphora is one I am familiar with.

    Comment by 1052599alcors3 1052599 alcors3

  • I am looking to try a teroldego wine. Recommendations would be appreciated!

    Comment by 176729Amy Clement 176729 Amy Clement

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