Dolcetto d'Alba DOC Bossèt

Dolcetto d'Alba DOC Bossèt


Dolcetto d’Alba expresses its characteristics best when the vineyards are positioned on steep slopes composed mainly of loose limestone soil that is rich in quartz sand and fine silt alternated with compact layers of grey sandstone. Indeed this soil composition gives the vine an extremely modest vigor and enhances the typical characteristics of the Dolcetto d’Alba grapes.

The best characteristics of the Dolcetto d’Alba Bossèt are revealed in its first years of life. However, since it comes from well-structured soil, if it is preserved properly, its personality will remain unchanged even after a few years.

The distinctive composition of the soil and the temperature-controlled fermentation enhance the typical characteristics of the Dolcetto d'Alba variety which, by nature, produces a ruby red wine with purple reflections. The nose is fresh, fragrant and fruity and immediately brings to mind the Morello cherry. The pleasantly harmonious, dry taste is due to its lower acidic content.

Food pairings:A classic wine for the whole meal. Because of its freshness, combined with its good body and fragrant harmony, it is an ideal accompaniment for hors d'oeuvres, delicate first courses, soups, tasty dishes and fresh cheeses.
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