Translating to “at night,” DiNotte includes two native varieties that grow in the foothills of the Dolomites mountain range in northern Italy: teroldego and marzemino. Teroldego (70%) displays flavors of plum, blackberry and blueberry, the company says, with a full-bodied texture and structure. This variety has its own DOC in Trentino called Piana Rotaliana, which mezzacorona helped to establish in 1971. Mezzacorona is the largest grower of Teroldego Rotaliano worldwide. Rounding out the remaining 30% of the blend, marzemino (15%) offers red fruit notes with a soft, velvety mouthfeel, the company says, while merlot (15%) balances the wine with aromas of vanilla and cocoa.
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