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Dolcetto d'Alba DOC LodoliCà del Baio
From Italian-style pasta to roast poultry and fries; perfect at any time of day with a snack of cheese and cold meats.
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Dolcetto d’Alba Lodoli
Grown on vineyards in the Valgrande and Marcarini crus bordering on the vines that produce Nebbiolo for Barbaresco, for us this “very Piedmontese” wine encapsulates the simple pleasures of everyday life.
Denomination: Dolcetto d’Alba DOC
Crus: Valgrande and Marcarini
Location: village of Treiso
Grape-variety: 100% Dolcetto
Planting of vineyards: 1961
Type of soil: calcareous clay of medium consistency
Position: facing east, south-west, west
Harvest: towards mid-September
VINIFICATION AND AGEING: the Dolcetto wine-making process takes place entirely in steel. After fermenting on the skins at a controlled temperature, the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation before remaining in steel tanks for a period prior to bottling.
TASTING PROPERTIES: colour ruby red with purplish highlights; nose intense and vinous, with delicate fruity overtones reminiscent of cherries, wild strawberries and blackberries; taste dry, with good balance and acidity, and a nicely almondy finish.
PAIRINGS: a wine that can be easily matched with everyday fare, from Italian-style pasta to roast poultry and fries; perfect at any time of day with a snack of cheese and cold meats.
Serving temperature: 16°C
STORING: though generally enjoyed young from as soon as the spring following the vintage, it will stay fragrant for up to 2-4 years. Cellaring recommended with the bottle lying down in the dark at a constant temperature.