2015 Amato Vino Teroldego - Amato Vino
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2015 Amato Vino Teroldego


Only 125 dozen made of this indigenous north-east Italian variety. Dark and brooding, earth and spice, florals and savoury herbs. A bold wine, upright and structured, yet approachable in its youth. Best enjoyed with food.

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Deep, brooding colour. Dark black/red fruits dominate the nose: blackberry, dark plum, mulberry…tarry/charry and spicy, with heady perfume and brambly earth and dried herbs adding to the mix. Hints of cedar/pine and a dust pencilly oak character – a fruit-derived varietal character rather than any influence from the aged oak in which the wine matured. Hits the high notes with floral tones, and the bass notes with intense fruit concentration.

The palate is structured and firm, however whilst acid/tannins are in clear evidence the palate is densely packed and sweet-fruited, showing blackberry, dense plums, eastern spice, tar, black cherry and cola. A bold wine, upright and structured, yet approachable in its youth. Best enjoyed with food.


20% wholebunch, daily hand-plunging 21 days on skins. Basketpressed to aged French oak for 18 months

Only 125 dozen made from a single vineyard plot near Yallingup.

Reviews (2)

2 reviews for 2015 Amato Vino Teroldego

  1. Avatar for sharon batley

    sharon batley

    This northern italian variety is a glossy purple-black. Very good dark fruit and blueberries and fragrant to the core, enriched by Alpine herbs and spice. A lively wine with the tannin and acidity working in tandem along the glossy medium bodied palate.
    Jane Faulkner, for James Halliday Wine Companion 2018

  2. Avatar for sharon batley

    sharon batley

    This wine highlights the teroldego grape’s inherent spicy, edgy characters to good effect: fermentation included 20 per cent whole bunches, and this has given it a lovely fine, sappy character in the mouth, along with lots of juicy red berries.
    Max Allen, Australian Financial Review, 19 April 2018

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