Ruby colour with purple edges, a nose with aromas of cherries, spicy juniper notes and a touch of leather, a red berry palate, refreshing acidity and low alcohol content makes for a light wine, slightly tannic, that doesn't necessarily mean a sweet wine, but on the contrary, a dry one, well asserted, typical and attractive with a pleasant bitter finish.
Early grape variety, considered the Piedmontese of Beaujolais. Grown almost exclusively in Piedmont. DOC recognized in seven sectors. Dolcetto d'Alba, Acqui, Asti, delle Langhe Monregalesi, di Diano d'Alba, di Dogiani and di Ovada.