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E. Foradori Fontanasanta Manzoni Bianco 2010

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Country: Italy
Region: Trentino-Alto Adige
Grape Variety: 100% Manzoni Bianco
Vintage: 2010
Aging Potential: Drink now through 2022
Serving Temperature: 16 °C
Alcohol Level: 13%

- Organic & Biodynamic Wine -

The Wine
Foradori’s 2011 Manzoni Bianco Fontanasanta wraps around the palate with juicy yellow-fleshed fruit, spices and crushed flowers. Hints of smoke and incense add complexity on the exotic, beautifully delineated finish. Stylistically, the Incrocio Manzoni is a bit bigger and more voluptuous than tha Nosiola. Foradori aged the Manzoni Bianco in acacia casks.


Nosiola is an ancient grape variety native to Trentino, once widespread throughout the region but whose cultivation is now restricted to the Valle dei Laghi and the hills above Trento and Pressano. It is a variety that gives a strong expression of its character only through the equilibrium found on poor soils, giving rise to wines of great delicacy and longevity. Nosiola has always been fermented on the skins in the past. The ability to obtain grapes that are "alive" and rich with the energy derived from the application of biodynamics in the vineyard and the extraordinary energetic force of the amphora, allow us to produce this wine using an “ancient” method. The shape and the porosity of the clay, from which the amphora (tinaja from Villarobledo, Spain) is made, permit a long stay of the wine on the skins: thus all of the Nosiola’s character is revealed slowly and with an evolution that requires patience and time. It should be served during a meal after a long aeration and a minimum temperature of 15 degrees.
Producer Elisabetta Foradori
Country Italy
Region Trentino-Alto Adige
Color Red
Classification Teroldego Rotaliano
Style Aromatic
Alcohol Content 13%
Serving Temperature 16°C
Vintage 2010
Grape Variety 100% Manzoni Bianco
Wine Closure Natural Cork
Cellaring Drink/Keep
Bottle Size 75cl
Food Pairing Nil
IWC Ratings Nil
Robert Parker 89 Points
Wine Spectator 91 Points
James Halliday Nil

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