Dolcetto D’Asti “Livroje”
From a vineyard in the "Valbeccara" region, 35 years old, 260 meters above sea level, yield per hectare: 8000 kg.Careful selection of the Dolcetto grapes, which starts in the vineyard during pruning and continues through all operations relating to the care of the vineyard up to the harvest. Ruby red color, vinous aroma, pleasant and fruity, dry and harmonious taste with moderate acidity.
To be consumed at 16 ° - 20 ° c.
Dolcetto D'Asti DOC
Age of the vineyards:
Italy, Piedmont, Asti, Nizza Monferrato
aspect west, vineyards “Valbeccara”
marl, sands and sandstone
260 mt slm
The grapes are harvested by hand when fully mature in month of September
The grapes are harvested by hand when fully mature, destemmed and delicately pressed. Maceration with the skins for 20-25 days.The must is fermented in vats at a controller temperature of 26°-28°C.
Totally carried out
5 months in stainless steel vats.
Vinous aroma, pleasant and fruity
dry and harmonious taste with moderate acidity and tannin.
16 ° - 18 ° c.
boxes of 6/12 bottles
Best consumed with:
Cold cuts, pasta bakes, ragù, ravioli, chicken, pheasant, rabbit and medium-mature cheeses..
Ruby red color, vinous aroma, pleasant and fruity, dry and harmonious taste with moderate acidity.
Careful selection of the Dolcetto grapes, which starts in the vineyard during pruning and continues through all operations relating to the care of the vineyard up to the harvest.
Among the most famous grapes of Piedmont, Dolcetto produces wines with interesting organoleptic qualities, a pleasing wine where fruit aromas are protagonists.
In these times where everyone is more or less looking for strong wines, robus and with the typical structure given by wood as to make them important, wines like Dolcetto are having some difficulties in the now vast wine scene. With its typical organoleptic qualities directly recalling fruits and flowers, Dolcetto is a wine which can be defined as a rarity. Nevertheless, in past times in Piedmont - its homeland - they used to drink Barbera wines everyday, whereas in holidays they usually uncorked bottles of Dolcetto. In other words, Dolcetto was the wine of the holidays, considered as a special wine for special occasions.
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To be consumed at 18 ° - 20 ° C.
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To be consumed at 16 ° - 18 ° C.