Burlotto Dolcetto d'Alba 2016

Founded in the mid-19th century in the heart of Verduno, Burlotto’s vines are dedicated to indigenous Piemontese varieties, including Barbera, Nebbiolo, Dolcetto, and Freisa, known for precision and elegance. Their 2016 Dolcetto is aromatic and bright, with notes of red berries, earthy violets, and spice. Bright acidity and zesty intensity give way to a silky, easy-drinking finish.
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This shape-shifting purplish Piedmont native (which despite its name is not sweet) produces wines ranging from Beaujolais-esque to downright dense (try the Dogliani DOCG for the latter).
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Piedmont, Italy

Northwest Italian region (Capital: Turin) that produces more truly great wines – and has more wine appellations – than any other. Barolo is the most famous of Piedmont’s many Nebbiolo-based wines.