For more than two decades, the Foradori family has been associated with some of the most authentic wine production to be found in Trentino. The winery is currently managed by the mother and daughter team of Gabriella and Elisabetta Foradori. They own 80 hectares planted to vine in an area north of Trento, known as the Campo Rotaliano. The gravel soils of this flat valley bottom were formed by the Noce River which over the centuries has left a deep limestone and granite deposits. The Campo is cooled by winds from the surrounding mountains which create a microclimate with a long ripening season and a late harvest. Foradori produces about 1500 cases a year. Elisabeth Foradori has taken rare autochthonous Teroldego to heights of international acclaim, her fascination with this variety fired my excellent examples of 20-year old bottlings left to her by her father. In the past ten years her researches have lead her to make drastic changes in vineyard management, lowering yields significantly and increasing the density of plantings.