Teran is an interesting grape known as Terrano in Italy. From the Istrian peninsula in Croatia. Purple in color, mostly clear and bright. On the nose this is more about dark fruits. Plums and black cherries merge with balsamic vinegar and slight tea notes. This is medium bodied with a strong backbone of acidity. Firm tannins. It eventually opens up more to show concentrated black cherry fruit with underlying tea/forest floor. Very clean. Tart cherries on the finish. 13% ABV. This begs for food. A hearty pasta dish would be a good match. No idea on ageing but it would be interesting to lay a bottle down for seven to ten years. I have now tried three wines made from this grape and all took a few hours to really open up.
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