Dolcetto Dogliani

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Written By Gilberto Mattei

Dolcetto di Dogliani wine:

red wine directly from the Piedmont region.

 

One is obliged to mention the Dolcetto di Dogliani wine, a red wine of excellent workmanship and tradition, when talking about important wines grown in the Piedmont region.

Dolcetto di Dogliani comes to life through the harvesting of vines in the municipalities of Cuneo, Clavesana, and Farigliano that give rise to a unique and unmistakable wine: Dolcetto grapes.

Dolcetto di Dogliani wine to smell and taste.

It is through the sense of smell, taste and sight that all the natural qualities of a fine wine emerge; that is why the tasting of a fine wine passes through the examination of the senses.

It follows from the quality of the grape varieties used the wine Dolcetto di Dogliani the DOC's own ruby red colour, which pleases the eyes. On the nose, Dolcetto di Dogliani wine is pleasant and fruity, while on the palate, it has an almondy, dry and harmonious taste.

The gradation of Dolcetto di Dogliani is approximately 11,5 degrees while the correct ageing period after which it is advisable to open the wine is approximately 36-48 months! The correct ageing period after which it is advisable to open the wine is approximately 36-48 months while the gradation of the Dolcetto di Dogliani is approximately 11.5 degrees.

What Dolcetto di Dogliani wine should be paired with.

It is advisable to serve the wine Dolcetto di Dogliani at a temperature of plus or minus 16-17 degrees Celsius together with cured meats, carpaccio, stuffed pasta, legume soups, mixed boiled meats and unripened cheeses, because often the trick of a perfectly cooked recipe turns out to be simply the ability to bring it to the table together with the most suitable fine wine.

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