Vinification took place with traditional methods and the maceration with the skins lasted 6 days.
Following alcoholic fermentation, it was kept at an optimum temperature (23°C) to facilitate malolactic fermentation.
This is a fresh wine, ready to drink, that perfectly embodies the quintessence of the rural tradition of Piemonte.
Colour: ruby red with violet-garnet highlights.
Bouquet: good intensity, fruity, with notes of blackberries and raspberries.
Flavour: the wine is dry, flavourful, warm, good body and persistence, with distinct fruity notes, with subtle and pleasant tannins
Suggested pairings: a typical table wine, Dolcetto d’Alba is particularly good with flavourful first courses and white meats.
Surface area: 1 hectare
Plants sown: 100% Dolcetto
Year planted: 1975
Altitude: 280 m above sea level
Exposure: south - southwest
Type of terrain: marly – calcareous
Slope of terrain: 25-30%