Barolo

Dolcetto d’Alba, the wine for the whole meal of Piedmont

An excellent wine, very drinkable and perfect throughout the meal to accompany dishes of traditional Piedmontese.

Specifications Dolcetto D.O.C.

Denomination: Dolcetto d’Alba D.O.C. (controlled denomination of origin).
Grades: from 12,50° degrees.
Production area: Medium hill 350 msl, Vergne Narzole hamlet; south east – south west exposure.
Planting: vineyard planted in 1988.
Soil: marly-calcareous-clayey typical of the Langhe.
Cultivation system: Guyot.
Harvest time: mid-September.
Type of vinification: traditional fermentation.
Ageing: 4 months in steel barrels.
Maturation: in bottle, can be tasted ready to drink.
Color: emerald red.
Scents: fruity with notes of ripe cherries and berries.
Flavor: harmonious and soft on the palate.
Food pairings: appetizers and first courses of the Piedmontese tradition.
Serving recommendations: Serve at 18°C after uncorking if possible for at least 2 hours and aerate in carafe/decanter and strictly in crystal goblet.

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