Dolcetto d'Alba is a very important Piedmontease wine that finds in Mango a very favourable microclimate. Its name is due to the particularly sweetness of the pulp from which instead come a dry wine.
Red ruby colour tending to the violet; fresh and fragrant at the nose, with notes recalling the ripe cherry and plum. The Brichet has got a fresh aroma, lively. It is a dry wine, slightly bitter, with a moderate acidity, well-balanced, full-body.
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traditional by submerged cap and 4 pumping ups per day;
refining in stainless steel tank for 4 months;
bottling in late Spring.
whole meal wine, it goes well with starters and main courses.