San Fereolo, Dogliani DOCG, 2008, $31
A finely calibrated Dolcetto with elegant black fruit, structure, intensity and persistence.
San Fereolo, Valdiba, Dogliani DOCG, Piedmont, 2014, $20
This Dolcetto leads with aromas of violets and black berries. It's open fruity character is balanced by fine tannins.
Marziano Abbona, Papa Celso, Dolcetto di Dogliani, Piedmont, 2015, $20
Dark fruit and aromas of cloves and sweet spice dominate this highly structured wine.
Chionetti, Briccolero, Dogliani DOCG, 2008, $22
Plums and mineral flavors stand astride aromas of the forest floor in this pleasing Dogliani.
Francesco Boschis, Sori San Martino, Dogliani DOCG, 2010, $22
An opulent and structured Dolcetto with a touch of smoke on the nose and generous textured fruit.
San Fereolo, Dogliani DOCG, 2003, $36
A standout Dolcetto with black fruit on the palate, soft integrated tannins, long length and a bouquet of crushed flowers, cocoa and spice.
Poderi di Luigi Einaudi, Dogliani DOCG, 2014, $17
Dark fruit with a touch of bitter almond and a generous mouthfeel distinguish this wine.
Anna Maria Abbona, Sorí dij But, DOCG, 2014, $17
A fresh Dolcetto of immense intensity produced from old vines planted in a high-altitude site.
Gillardi, Dogliani DOCG, 2014, $17
A charming Dolcetto marked by concentrated red and black fruit, a hint of cocoa, and fine drying tannins.
San Fereolo, Il Provinciale, Langhe Nebbiolo, 2009, $28
Nebbiolo through the lens of a master Dolcetto producer. It combines Nebbiolo from vineyards in Dogliani and Serralunga to produce a traditional Piedmontese wine. This Nebbiolo is aromatic with pleasing restrained fruit, integrated tannins and a long mineral finish.
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