Cantina Martinelli

Teroldego Rotaliano 2018 Martinelli


Thanks to the use of large oak barrels, the Teroldego Rotaliano Classico from the Martinelli cellar keeps alive and best expresses its varietal characteristics


Denomination: Teroldego Rotaliano DOC

Grapes: Teroldego 100%

Region: Trentino (Italy)

Alcohol content: 13.5%

Format: 75 cl bottle

Vinification: The grapes are harvested by hand in 15kg boxes in the second half of September. Manually selected on the sorting table after destemming, the grapes ferment in 30hl oak vats for about 10/15 days

Aging: Aging in 500 liter French oak tonneau until the 5th passage for about 18 months. This is followed by refinement in the bottle for at least 12 months

Allergens: Contains sulfites

Color: Intense ruby red
Olfactory analysis: The nose has an intense and complex aroma characterized by fruity hints of raspberry, currant and violet, delicate spiciness of pink pepper, leather and nutmeg.
Taste analysis: Dry, good freshness and excellent sapidity, structured, enveloping tannins, very soft and velvety, with great persistence.
How to serve it: Serving temperature 16°-18C
How to taste it: Serve it in a large goblet
Pairings: To be combined with appetizers based on cured meats, first courses with meat-based sauces, but also roasts and small game dishes, medium or longer-aged cheeses.

Producer: In the heart of the Dolomites, the production of teroldego from the Martinelli winery is reborn: since 1860, Teroldego Rotaliano of excellence! Cantina Martinelli follows a traditional winemaking style, dedicating itself with care to each step: from the harvest to the selection of the grapes. The goal is to let the characteristics of the vine express themselves in the wine every year with its variability. The minimum use of oenological products and the great care in the countryside make Cantina Martinelli's teroldego unique every year .

In the countryside quality and sustainability. In the cellar, innovation and tradition , with respect for the grapes and with trust and love for the area and the native vines. Teroldego Rotaliano, prince of Trentino and of this project, is the result of work and passion in symbiosis with the environment.