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  • n. A grape variety, from Piedmont, used to make a red wine
  • n. A dry, slightly bitter wine made from this grape


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  • I'm enjoying Finger Lakes wine country at the moment, but I did bring along this bottle of dolcetto for WBW #54 hosted by one of my favorite bloggers, David McDuff of McDuff's Food & Wine Trail.

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  • Of course, the dolcetto in the marinade, left over from a dinner last week, was not so sod house-like.

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  • Fra i piemontesi ho un debole per il ghemme, ma anche il dolcetto mi garba di molto.

    il blog: .:. Italian Wine Shop - Saper bere bene .:. (Rossana 2001 | Ceretto | DOLCETTO D'ALBA)

  • Wonderful choices include some with a fighting chance of going with Indian food, like a 2009 Muscadet Clos des Briords from Pepière ($42), the unusual 2008 rkatsiteli from Dr. Konstantin Frank in the Finger Lakes ($45) and a superb 2008 dolcetto from Abbona ($39).

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  • Lighter-bodied reds, such as gamay, dolcetto and pinot noir, can benefit with up to 30 minutes in the Frigidaire.

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  • Monte Aribaldo (24.86 acres for dolcetto, chardonnay, sauvignon blamc), surrounds a 19th Century hunting lodge built by

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  • We washed it down with some of the short but adventurous organic wine list: a very good prosecco, of which they have precisely three cases in stock, and a fresh and cherry-fruit-laden dolcetto.

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  • Northern Italian: arneis (white), barbera and dolcetto (reds). -

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