Dolcetto D'Alba Roussot

  • Francesco Rinaldi
  • Piemonte, Italy

Method & Production

The grapes were crushed and then the juice was fermented on the skins in thermo-controlled steel tanks for about 15 days. It was then pressed, racked and put through malolactic fermentation. After a few months aging in steel, the wine is bottled to bring out its fragrance and freshness.

Tasting notes

This wine is ruby red in color with violet reflections. On the nose you get delicate hints of flowers and fresh fruit. It is dry on the palate with an aftertaste of almonds.

Food matching

"Salumi" a board of cured Italian meats