Marcarini Dolcetto d’Alba “Boschi di Berri” DOC
100% Dolcetto. Marcarini Dolcetto d’Alba “Boschi di Berri” DOC has an intense, ample, and persistent bouquet of violets and raspberries. A silky-textured palate, almost velvety, reminiscent of ripe cherries and red currant. Extremely appealing, structured, and balanced.
“Classic is a keyword in the Marcarini philosophy. Ideally poised between traditional and modern, the wines are characterized by both a voluptuous, embracing style and the superb longevity and blockbuster structure of Piedmont’s best.”
Grapes: 100% Dolcetto
Vineyards: From a single vineyard next to Berri, a small village part of La Morra
Altitude: 400 meters (1,312 feet) above sea level
Soil: Clay with high magnesium content
Vine Training: Espalier
Vine Age: 100+ years
Time of Harvest: Mid-September
Vine Density: 4,400 vines per hectare
Total Production: 2,400 bottles
Vinification Process: The hand-picked grapes are selected in the vineyard before being approved to harvest. Vinification in stainless steel and concrete tanks under a controlled temperature of 82-86 °F.
Aging Process: The wine is purposefully not aged in oak to preserve the wine’s freshness.
Alcohol Content: 12.50%
Winemaker: Marcarini family and Valter Bonetti
Cellaring: Up to 10 years
|Dimensions||11.8 × 10.4 × 13.4 in|
|Bottles per Case||
750 ml: 12 bottles per case
“Carpineta Fantalpino is dedicated to the appreciation of the Sangiovese grape, exalting its quality by selecting only the best grapes from our vineyard.”
“For the Bortoluzzi family sensitivity is important, as is tradition. You must always be forward-looking in order to improve, but without forgetting what history and experience have taught you.“
“The Bucci Philosophy is simple: ‘The craftsman must be different or die’”
“Boscarelli, now in its third generation, seeks to maintain its original spirit by dedicating every day to maximizing the unique character of Sangiovese.”
"For the Bortoluzzi family sensitivity is important, as is tradition. You must always be forward-looking in order to improve, but without forgetting what history and experience have taught you."