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Pecchenino "Siri d'Jermu" Dogliani Dolcetto 2012

Pecchenino's "San Luigi" Dolcetto is one of our perennial favorites. This is the big brother to that bottling and it is sensational!
92 Our Score
92 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(11/2014) "Pecchenino's flagship Dogliani Superiore Sirì d'Jermu is terrific in 2012. Deep, fleshy and resonant, the 2012 presents a gorgeous expression of Dolcetto that marries textural depth with dark, brooding flavors. At the same time, it is impossible to miss the stylistic change that has taken place here in recent years as the wines have become increasingly finessed and polished. Hints of smoke, violets and tobacco add nuance on the textured finish. The 2012 spent a year in large casks. Drinking window: 2014 - 2020."
750 ML
~19 bottlesCheck all Stores

G. D. Vajra Dolcetto d'Alba 2015

You gotta love the fragrance of violets and the combination of black, blue and red berries on this one!
90 Our Score
89 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(2/2017) "The 2015 Dolcetto d'Alba is bold, intense and full of personality. Ripe red cherry, tobacco, cedar and licorice open up nicely, but it is the wine's structure and tannic backbone that give the wine its distinctiveness. Readers should expect a big, hearty Dolcetto with more than enough depth to drink well for a number of years. Best of all, the 2015 is a steal."
750 ML
120+ bottlesCheck all Stores

Azelia "Bricco dell'Oriolo" Dolcetto d'Alba 2013

Dolcetto is often overlooked and this wine is a prime example of why you need to pay attention. Bright and complex, this is the perfect pairing for a Tuesday night pizza.
89 Our Score
90 Decanter
89 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(11/2014) "The 2013 Dolcetto d'Alba Bricco dell'Oriolo is very pretty in this vintage. High altitude vineyards in Montelupo Albese yield an especially floral, lifted Dolcetto long on personality and class. Pine, mint, crushed flowers, dark red cherries and a slight gamy note add the final nuances of complexity."
750 ML
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