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Here's an unusual entry worth recording if you're keeping a "life list" of grape varieties tasted. Teroldego Rotaliano ("Teh-RAWL-day-go Roe-TAH-lee-AH-no") is grown in the Rotaliano plain of Trentino in Northeastern Italy. In her excellent pocket-size book "Guide to Wine Grapes," Jancis Robinson describes it as "capable of producing deep-coloured seriously lively fruity wines with relatively low tannins for early drinking."
Foradori 1997 Teroldego Rotaliano ($15.99)
FOOD MATCH: Roast chicken.
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