Como me gustan estos vinos, ligeros, frescos, acompañan con cualquier plato o piqueo, relativamente baratos, simples, ideales para compartir con la familia, amigos, invitan a tomar, a pasar un rato de relajo, lo aproveche con unos quesos con charcutería y de segundo prepare una pasta en salsa ajo óleo, queso parmesano a discreción, linda tarde, soleada, temperatura de servicio 16’ - 18’ C un abrazo
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— 9 days ago
A very sweet, lightly carbonated moscato. Excellent. — 9 days ago
Nose of mixed, stewed fruits, with a bit more blackberry. Complex nose. Vanilla and exotic spices. Dry and medium tannins. Cedar, cigar box, baking spices, horehound, and even a flash of bubble gum. Quite complex and a delight. — 5 days ago
Light. Almost effervescent after a 15 minute chill. — 10 days ago
Good not ideal — a month ago
A darker, richer Bordeaux blend, savoury and w/o too much plump & plush.
Black currants & dark plums, with a touch of cedar wood, cassis and a pinch of herbs.
Beautifully poised & balanced, pure fruit, juicy acidity, polished, finely grained, dust like tannins. Good length & character.
And brilliant value, too. Drinking very nicely right now. — 6 hours ago
Thanks to @Chris MacLean for flagging the NYT article on dolcetto’s by Eric Asimov. This was his pick. Vicki and I both could possibly see what he saw. It was perhaps more focused and elegant than the more abundant San Fereolo. I would like them equally, and pair them slightly differently. I’m grateful for the steer toward dolcetto right now, and discovering examples I really love. — 7 days ago
Not bad, a newer year would probably be better
This was a 2018 tried at the end of 2020 — 5 days ago