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Cavallotto Dolcetto d'Alba Vigna Scot 2020

Cavallotto Dolcetto d'Alba Vigna Scot

2020

Cavallotto Dolcetto Vigna Scot is a full-bodied and pleasant wine, with a bright ruby red color. The...

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/ 0.75 L btl

Wine Cavallotto Dolcetto d'Alba Vigna Scot 2020

Spec sheet
Producer
Grapes
Origin
TypeRed Wine
Alcohol content i12.5%
Bottle size and vintage0.75 L - 2020

Review

Cavallotto Dolcetto Vigna Scot is a full-bodied and pleasant wine, with a bright ruby red color. The nose is expressed on intense aromas of red fruit, cherries and raspberries, with a slight floral hint. In the mouth, it opens with discreet structure and good balance, enveloping the palate with fruity notes on a beautiful acid and mineral texture. Ends harmonious and fine. It goes beautifully with medium-bodied appetizers, first courses, cheeses and meats. Excellent with pizza.

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

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by: JMV (17 Jul) - Vintage 2019

Elegante

Muy buena dolcetto de uno de los más renombrados productores de Piemonte. Como vino de entrada, esta Dolcetto muestra una gran elegancia y una interesante evolución de copa a copa.

by: Gwine (09/10/2018) - Vintage 2017

Interesante

Sencillo. Directo. Jugoso. Vino de interés para aperitivos o comidas ligeras, o simplemente para disfrutar solo. Superior a otras bodegas de la misma zona.

by: Luigi (01/03/2019) - Vintage 2017

Elegance

Jolie couleur bien soutenue nez franc et fruits rouge en bouche le vin souple élégant fruits rouge avec de beaux amers et une touche minéral

by: Mon (27/12/2020) - Vintage 2018

Dolcetto at its best

Fragrante, serio, fresco, carnoso, otoñal y decadente. Una verdadera delicia que te transporta al Piamonte con el primer sorbo.

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