Teroldego Rotaliano has been regarded as the “Prince” of Trentino wines since the time of the Council of Trento.
This native vine best expresses its qualities in the soils of the Rotaliana plain. Fundamental to its success is the composition of the soil, composed of alluvial deposits from the river Noce, and its exposure to the summer sun. Production techniques have allowed the wine to assert itself through the centuries, receiving recognition in 1971 as the first varietal DOC in the province. The colour is an intense purplish ruby red; the smell is distinctive, pleasantly fruity with hints of ripe fruit such as blackberry, blueberry and raspberry.