Foradori, Granato Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT



Grapes and pomegranate have common origins and are often found growing together in the Mediterranean basin. The pomegranate fruit also possesses the charm, beauty and intensity of grapes. It is thanks to this union that the name ‘Granato’ derives, the name of a Teroldego of a particular concentration and density that sinks its roots into the stones of the three vineyards in Campo Rotaliano.

Vintage: 2017
Region: Trentino-Alto Adige
Grape Varieties: 100% Teroldego

Awards: Raffaele Vecchione 95/100, Robert Parker 94/100

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Deep and pungent colour, hints of pressed flowers, hibiscus, lavender, blueberries and a light lemon peel. Full body, rigid and vibrant tannins and a solid, precise and vertical finish.


Pork loin, braised meats and very aged cheeses.


Pork loin, braised meats and very aged cheeses.



At the helm today, a fourth generation of winemakers run Foradori’s activities. It was Elisabetta Foradori and Rainer Zierock’s work that led to the salvage and regeneration of the Teroldego grape variety through their cultivation of the grape’s original genetic family. Today their children Emilio, Theo and Myrtha Zierock continue in their footsteps to run the winery.
The wines of Foradori are Demeter biodynamic-certified, and over the years there has been a concerted effort to embrace the use of clay vessels for the maturation of certain wines.