Teroldego is cultivated exclusively in Trentino in north-east Italy. It performs best in the Campo Rotaliano plain north of Trento in the heart of Trentino. It is a relatively simple variety to cultivate and produces wine low in tannins but usually deep in colour, with vivacious acidity and good levels of fruit concentration.
Generally speaking Teroldego is most enjoyable with no more than 3 years of bottle ageing, while the fruit is still fresh and boisterous. However some examples from the best producers can improve for up to 10 years.