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Wines from Bardolino

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87
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Ronca 2008 Chiaretto 21.10 Rosé (Bardolino)

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There’s great balance here between mineral elements and fresh berry nuances that really gives this bright rosé an extra aromatic boost. The mouthfeel is also clean, streamlined and fresh.  — M.L.  (7/1/2010)
86
points

Allegrini 2012 Corte Giara Red (Bardolino)

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This is a simple but well made Bardolino that offers dark cherry and raspberry flavors with notes of black pepper. Fresh and enjoyable, it’s perfect to accompany everyday fare, from light pastas to burgers.  — K.O.  (12/1/2013)
86
points

Montezovo 2009 Red (Bardolino)

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This luminous, ruby-colored Bardolino opens with sweet berry aromas that recall bright raspberry, blueberry and wild strawberry. The bouquet is bright, polished and refined and the wine performs nicely in the mouth where it delivers an enduring sensation of freshness. Pair this wine with appetizers and fried finger foods.  — M.L.  (3/1/2011)
86
points

Santi 2006 L'Infinito Chiaretto Red (Bardolino)

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Here’s a pale pink rosé made with traditional Veronese grapes (Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara) that imparts nice floral tones and aromas of small forest fruit. Delicate overall, there are some sharper, spicier highlights in the mouth where the wine shows good length.  — M.L.  (7/1/2007)
85
points

Corte Fornello 2009 Red (Bardolino)

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Made with a blend of grapes that are traditionally cultivated in the Verona area, this is an easy-drinking red that would pair with home-cooked pasta meals or light meat dinners. Aromas include bright berry tones and the wine is lively and fresh on the finish.  — M.L.  (3/1/2011)
85
points

Frezza 2008 Colle San Lorenzo Red (Bardolino)

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Bright berry aromas of forest fruit, ripe raspberry, cherry and cassis open the nose of this ruby-colored Bardolino. Fruit for this easy-going wine is sourced from an amphitheater of vines on the San Lorenzo hills near Lake Garda.  — M.L.  (3/1/2011)
85
points

Fratta Pasini 2007 Chiaretto Rosé (Bardolino)

Here’s a bright rosé with a pretty peach color and mature aromas of berry and stone fruit. It has a flat but smooth mouthfeel with some notes of bitter almond on the close.  — M.L.  (7/1/2010)
84
points

Cantina del Castelnuovo del Garda 2008 Vintage Red (Bardolino)

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Made from a traditional blend Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, Sangiovese and Garganega grapes, this easy Bardolino is marked by sharp aromas of small forest berries, citrus and bramble. It offers bright acidity, smooth texture and slightly bitter, almond notes on the finale.  — M.L.  (3/1/2011)
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