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At Azienda Agricola Foradori, a fourth generation of vignerons are working to grow plants that maintain their natural expressivity. Located in Mezzolombardo (Trento) in the heart of Campo Rotaliano surrounded by the Dolomites, the estate was built in 1901 and has been carried on by the Foradori family from 1939. Since then we have been working to valorize the ancient local variety Teroldego, and from 2002 we have implanted biodynamic agriculture.

It was Elisabetta Foradori and Rainer Zierock’s work that led to the conservation and regeneration of the Teroldego grape genetics through the cultivation of the grape’s original genotypes. Today their children Emilio, Theo and Myrtha Zierock continue in their footsteps in running the estate.

Aside from wine our focus is also in cultivating vegetables and breeding Tyrolean Grey cattle for cheese production. 

“As guardians of the land we believe our work is measured with time, with nature’s rhythms, with the anticipation for the plants to grow, to age, to give fruit, for the wine’s slow evolution in the silence and darkness of the winery”.

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