(From 2011 Vintage) The Campo Rotaliano is a well-demarcated geographical area, a sort of recess of the Adige Valley tucked between the mountains. Its history and origin are closely tied to the Noce River, which, over the centuries, has deposited huge quantities of limestone, granite and porphyry debris. Within this small plain, depending on the soil composition, various micro zones can be distinguished, bearing various names given by the local vintners. The wines from the vineyards with a predominantly sandy soil are blended to give our “Foradori” wine.
Nose is balanced and full of cherries and flowers. a bit harsh in terms of alcohol/acidity, but goes well with red sauce/ meaty food. not remarkably interesting or complex, but definitely serviceable. tastes a bit like a chianti. from northern mountain region.
Very good and balanced wine Medium finish