La Vis `Simboli` Teroldego 2013 (6 x 750mL), Trentino, Italy.

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$20.99 per Bottle
$125.94 per pack


Vigneti Delle Dolomiti IGT

The cultivation of Teroldego, a grape variety autochthonous of Trentino, has very ancient origins. Incredibly rich in polyphenols, this variety thrives in the sub-Mediterranean climate existing along the river Adige. On the gentle slopes of the Avisane hills surrounding the Piana Rotaliana, the grapes ripen to produce the typical and characteristic Teroldego.

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Winery Tasting Notes

Teroldego is a grape variety which makes deep-coloured, seriously lively, fruity wines named Teroldego Rotaliano because they are made almost exclusively in the Rotaliano plain in trentino, north east Italy, with suitable tannins for relatively early drinking.


Deep ruby-red colour.


The wine has a fruity aroma evoking the violet, which transforms into plum and forest fruits notes.


Soft and well-rounded on the palate, it express all its tanniness.

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Grape Style
Other Red Varietals
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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Officially established in 1948, Cantina La Vis is located in a village that shares its name, in the heart of the Avisiane hills. In fact, its origins date back to when the Cembran family built the first part of the current production structure in 1850.

The winery has a collective heritage of prestigious wine production and its 800 members tend over more 800 hectares of vineyards.

The 1980 Progetto Zonazione (Zoning Project), whose motto was ‘the right vine at the right place’, was the foundation for the quality of La Vis wines, which has over time brought to life important and rich wines in this inaccessible and difficult land through an enthusiastic member base.

Over time, the TrentoDoc, Bio, Qualità (Quality) and Anchise projects have been launched, maintaining a commitment to one value – namely that of mutuality, a deeply-rooted principle of the cooperative movement, while facing a global market increasingly tied to entrepreneurial logic and profit.

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