Pre-arrival only wine will be $33 when landed in October/November.
In Piedmont winemaking circles Dolcetto is commonly cited as a lunchtime wine and Nebbiolo is for dinner. It’s almost an offensive proposition when you look at a Dolcetto of this quality. Yes, at its price point you can drink it without guilt but it’s also a complex and beguiling wine. The QPR here is incredible.
93 Points, Gary Walsh (TWF)– “Juicy, spicy, cherry, stony. Medium, fleshy fine chalky tannin, bright acidity, a distinct mineral feel, good length with tannin mopping up on the finish. Tops.”