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In 1986, Elisabetta Foradori released the first vintage of her signature wine, Granato. She used grapes from only the oldest vineyards and she aged the wine for nearly two years in French oak barrels. Grapes and pomegranate have common origins and are often found growing together in the Mediterranean basin. The pomegranate fruit also possesses the charm, beauty and intensity of grapes. From this union that the name ‘Granato’ derives.
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|When to Drink||Now|
|Appellation||Teroldego Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Granato is probably Foradori’s best-known wine. When Elisabetta Foradori took over, Azienda Agricola Foradori’s vineyards were planted with Teroldego clones that were producing grapes for cheap, bulk wine. Elisabetta Foradori changed this. She decided to focus on quality rather than quantity. She replanted extensively with cuttings she selected from the older vines, changed to high-density planting and slashed grape production. Every aspect of the new vineyards was geared to limit quantity and boost quality.
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