Terroir | Dr Ian D’Agata (2014, p446) describes the Campo Rotaliano as the ‘recognized, historic grand cru [zone] for Teroldego, a sandy-gravelly plain borne of the alluvial deposits of the Noce Stream and Adige River, found between San Michele all’Adige, Mezzocorona, and Mezzolombardo at about 230 meters [755 feet] above sea level. Campo Rotaliano is one Italy’s very few documented grands crus related to a specific grape variety.’
Wine style | ‘Deep-coloured, leafy, blackberry-flavoured,’ (Oz Clarke, 2015, p259).
Dr Ian D’Agata, Native Wine Grapes of Italy, University of California Press, 2014.
Oz Clarke, Oz Clarke Wine A-Z (Pavilion, 2015), p259.