Tasting Notes

Importer note (Bibendum)
The wine was made only with natural yeasts, and each parcel was vinified separately before blending. There was no wood contact. The 2019 really is a surprising wine (in the best sense!) that shows a significant evolution in style. It's a super-fine, autumnal-noted wine with characters that you might more readily associate with Nebbiolo (dark cherry, menthol, forest floor, florals, pan juices and almond oil) than Dolcetto. Really classical in both its flavour spectrum and structure (there are plenty of fine tannins) this is a wonderful Piemontese red that is already superb drinking. It will be a revelation for lovers of classic Piemontese reds.