The native Dolcetto grape produces easy-drinking reds with prices to match
Posted: November 22, 2002
The Dolcetto grape is planted almost exclusively in Italy's northwestern region of Piedmont. The grape is grown in and around several small towns in the area. These wines are traditionally meant to be drunk young, and as such are typically more wallet-friendly then some of Piedmont's bigger-name and more ageable reds, such as Barolo and Barbaresco.
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