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Dolcetto

One of north-west Italy's many grape varieties, it is an early-ripening, low-acid grape, with a vibrant fruit character. There exists a range in style, from the rich flavour in Alba, Ovada and Dogliani to the lighter, more perfumed versions in Acqui and Asti.

Most wine produced is usually best drunk within a year or two of the vintage, although there are rare older vintages with more pronounced flavours.

One of north-west Italy's many grape varieties, it is an early-ripening, low-acid grape, with a vibrant fruit character. There exists a range in style, from the rich flavour in Alba, Ovada and Dogliani to the lighter, more perfumed versions in Acqui and Asti.

Most wine produced is usually best drunk within a year or two of the vintage, although there are rare older vintages with more pronounced flavours.

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North-West Italy.

Colours and Flavours

Reflecting the prominent cherry and red berry flavours, the hue is a deep and elegant red. Hints of almond may also be detected.

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  1. Route Du Van Dolcetto Shiraz, King Valley, 2012

    Route Du Van Dolcetto Shiraz, King Valley, 2012 75cl

    Crimson coloured with aromas of violet and liquorice. Spiced pepper and black liquorice in the mouth with a light body. 

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