Pauillac, Dolcetto d'Alba, Kamptal

One of the seven Dolcetto-focused DOC regions in Piedmont, Dolcetto d'Alba encompasses the Langhe hills around Alba, including 25 communes in the province of Cuneo. The region's sandy, tufa-rich soils are perfect for the Dolcetto grape, which thrives in drier climates.

Typically very floral, Dolcetto d'Alba is a dry, red wine with limited acidity. A light, subtle wine, Dolcetto d'Alba has been DOC-rated since 1974, and continues to impress consumers around the world.
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    One of Austria's leading winemakers, the wines from Schloss Gobelsburg are organic, handmade, extremely limited and highly sought after. Pale green in colour and displaying aromas of grapefruits, limes, pears, and hints of white pepper. Flavours of apples & pear on ... Learn More
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    "Poderi e Cantine Oddero is a historical name among Barolo producers. Its foundations were laid at the end of the 18th century when our ancestors were already cultivating vineyards in La Morra. In 1878, our ancestor Giacomo Oddero (1851-1915) decided, in ... Learn More
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  3. VIETTI DOLCETTO D'ALBA DOC TRE VIGNE 2015
    Has a wonderful nose of cherry, raspberry and blueberry with hints of minerality. An unoaked wine, this medium bodied red has soft tannins, moderate acidity and good balance. It is bottled unfiltered to retain complexity. The history of the Vietti ... Learn More
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