(V) Dark plum colour withintense blackcurrant and blackberry fruit anda touch of oak on the nose. Very easy drinking and well balancedwith jamy fruit,soft tannins and a hint of liquorice on the finish.
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Dolcetto‘s name derives from its sweetness (compared to the other classic Piemontese varieties) which is emphasised by naturally low acidity and counterbalanced by often robust tannins. The counterpart of Barbera, which is high in acitidy, relatively low in tannins and lighter coloured, Dolcetto is often vinified in a light, frothing, youthful style and drunk in the first couple of years of bottling. A deeply-coloured, early-ripening variety, grown in Piemonte around.