An expression in purity of the autochthonous red berried Teroldego, born in the historical area of its highest qualitative elevation: the Piana Rotaliana. The vineyards are quite old, are over fifty years old, and are grown at an altitude of over 200 meters above the sea level; the soil is of a deep alluvial type.
The 'Teroldigo' Fedrizzi Cipriano has been defined by the same producer as an 'ancient wine, with a modern drink'. It is produced with Teroldego grapes and appears to the eye in an intense ruby color. On the palate it is satisfying, velvety and harmonious. On the nose it opens up to ripe fruity sensations and light spicy nuances.
13% - 0.75 l