Poderi Cellario Langhe Dolcetto Duzàt
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Region: Langhe, Piedmont, Italy
Grape varieties: 100% Dolcetto
Poderi Cellario Langhe Dolcetto Duzàt shows wild strawberry and black cherry fruits. There is a smoky herbiness and a hint of licorice.
Song: My Doorbell by The White Stripes
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About Poderi Cellario Langhe Dolcetto Duzàt
Poderi Cellario Langhe Dolcetto Duzàt is the new name and label for Cellario’s Langhe Dolcetto. Hand-harvested into small bins. Spontaneous fermentation with 4 to 8 days maceration. Aged in stainless steel for 7 months and bottle for 3 months. Bottled with minimal sulfur (~ 10ppm) and without sterile filtering or fining.
About Poderi Cellario
Fausto and Cinzia Cellario are 3rd generation winemakers in the village of Carru` on the western outskirts of the Langhe. The family believes in only working with local, indigenous Piemontese grape varieties and fiercely defends local winemaking traditions both in the vineyard work and the cellar practices. The Cellario vineyard holdings cover some 30 ha between 5 different vineyard sites covering the southern Langhe, with holdings in Novello and Monforte, the Dogliani plot is arguably the family’s most prestigious land and I would consider them Dolcetto specialists. Vineyard work is organic (soon to be certified) and all the fermentation takes place with indigenous yeasts. Sulfur is only added in tiny quantities at bottling if necessary (a practice not common with a winery in this mid-size range).