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  1. BREZZA 2017 DOLCETTO D'ABLA

    Item #: i_302925
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    ORAGANICALLY FARMED

    Giacomo Brezza e Figli make very elegant, nuanced wines with minimal oak aromas and flavors.

    This is the bright & light side to Dolcetto, with very fine subtle tannins that make it very drinkable, and a great, flexible, everyday food partner. "This is a crimson, fruity, perfumed, drinkable version of a grape that can have a fair amount of structure; drink it young, for vibrant fruit flavors balanced by a faint tealeaf dryness that makes the wine perfect with a wide range of food. Aged in stainless steel and cement tanks, no wood." - Oliver McCrum, Importer
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  2. GIUSEPPE E FIGLIO MASCARELLO 2017 DOLCETTO D'ALBA

    Item #: i_301122
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Producer notes: "Color: deep ruby red. Nose: vinous, strong, nicely fruity, with flowery touches. Taste: dry, nice body, bitterish, elegant, varietal. This wine can be served with a variety of foods, but is particularly recommended with white meats, soups and pasta. Drink over next 4 to 5 years. 415 cases produced."
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  3. PECCHENINO 2017 "SAN LUIGI" DOLCETTO

    Item #: i_301112
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    PRACTICING ORGANIC

    JAMES SUCKLING 90 POINTS - "Roasted herbs, elderberry pie and spices. Full-bodied with plenty of fruit-compote flavors and a fruity finish."

    Call it a soapbox, but we think Dolcetto is one of the world's great misunderstood wines. Is it because the wines are grown in Piedmonte in the shadow of the great Nebbiolo wines of Barolo and Barbaresco? Is it because Dolcetto is rarely meant to be aged? The virtues in this bottling from Pecchenino are obvious with a purity of blueberry fruit and violet perfume wrapped in a satiny texture that would seduce many a Pinot-lover.
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  4. SAN FEREOLO 2016 "VIGNA DOLCI" DOGLIANI DOLCETTO

    Item #: i_305882
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    ORGANICALLY FARMED

    The Dogliani DOCG is home to some of the greatest Dolcetto vineyards in the Piemonte, and this appellation accounts for the majority of the estate’s 12 hectares under vine. The oldest Dolcetto vines were planted in 1936, while the youngest date back to 1978.
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