Dolcetto varietal is farmed throughout the southern part of Piedmont, from the hills closest to the Alps to the Po plains.
The grapes used in producing these wines come from the least sunny vineyards, where they ripe slowly. This Dolcetto was thought for a daily consumption of this area’s traditional red wine. Our grandparents’ wine.
Bright ruby red colour, grapey aroma with hints of fresh red fruit. Dry taste with a pleasant suite of tannins and a long fruity finish.
Langhe Dolcetto is excellent when paired with first courses with meat and mushrooms, the spices of traditional salame crudo and the greasiness of salame cotto. It also pairs well with medium ripening chees such as Bra tenero or Raschera.