Vallebelbo

Vallebelbo Le Filiere Dolcetto d'Alba Doc

Bright ruby-red with mauve highlights; delicate, fruity bouquet reminiscent at first of red and wild black cherries, and then - in the year following the harvest - riper fruit; dry, elegant, well-balanced flavour, round and lingering.

  • Wine Appellation: Dolcetto D'Alba Do
  • Classification: Dry red wine
  • Grapes Variety: 100% Dolcetto grapes.
  • Production: In the Hills of Santo Stefano Belbo Piedmont

Characteristics:

  • Colour: intense red when young, sometimes tending to violaceous red
  • Bouquet: greatly harmonious, vinous, intense and delicate
  • Taste: soft, moderately acid and pleasantly almondy

Pairings: a wine for all meals and an ideal accompaniment especially for pasta dishes and mild meat dishes, fresh cheeses.

Vintage: 2017

Serving temperature: 16-18°C

Alcohol content: 13% vol.

Allergy Advice:
Contains sulphites.

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Classic wine from Piedmont

A classic gem from my favourite region x wine. Never simple, full of amazing flavour and yet very drinkable with all kinds of food. Wine as it should be

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Our Italian condiment essential

Excellent service and speedy delivery.

Not yet tried but it looks good.

Colatura di Alici

I really love this, I think ithe traditional pasta recipe is fantastic. One day I will go to Cetera to see how it is made. It comes very well packaged.

Fabulous

Great, fast service as always. Love the little snack surprises in each parcel. Thank you.

Stunning

Soft, silky but firm too - each one a little cushion of wonder! I wondered what all the fuss was about. Now I know. Pasta is not just pasta.