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G.D. Vajra Dolcetto d'Alba Coste & Fossati 2022


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  • Winemaking: The G.D. Vajra Dolcetto d'Alba Coste & Fossati is crafted with a focus on showcasing the unique characteristics of the Dolcetto grape grown in two vineyards (Coste & Fossati) the Barolo region. The winemaking process is designed to preserve the fresh, vibrant fruit flavors, while also allowing for a depth and complexity to develop.

  • Farming Practices: The vineyards are managed with a commitment to sustainable farming practices. The Dolcetto grapes are carefully tended to ensure the highest quality fruit is produced, with attention to maintaining the health and balance of the vineyard ecosystem.

  • Tasting Notes: This 2022 vintage presents a deep purple-red color, exuding aromas of black cherry, blackberries, violets and liquorice, intertwined with sweet baking spices. On the palate, it reveals a medium body with deep, ripe fruit flavors and a streak of floral notes. The wine is marked by its fresh acidity and ripe, fine-grained tannins, creating a harmonious balance. The intense flavor profile is complemented by a good length finish, making it an outstanding representation of the Dolcetto variety.

  • The G.D. Vajra Dolcetto d'Alba Coste & Fossati 2022 stands out for its intense and harmonious character, offering a sophisticated take on the Dolcetto grape. Its combination of ripe fruit flavors, balanced structure, and freshness makes it a delightful choice for those seeking a wine with both depth and approachability.


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Nested in northwestern Italy, Piedmont is a region that oozes with charm and allure. Home to some of the world’s most highly regarded wines like Barolo and Barbaresco, Piedmont is a treasure trove of wine delights. The hilly region is planted to a host of local grapes, but it’s the noble Nebbiolo which takes center stage.


Dolcetto is a black grape variety native to the Piedmont region in northwest Italy, cherished for its ability to produce soft, fruit-forward red wines with relatively low acidity and a pleasing bitter finish. Known for its early ripening, Dolcetto yields wines that are typically deep in color, offering aromas of black cherry and licorice, making them highly approachable in their youth. The grape is most commonly associated with wines from Dogliani, Alba, and Asti, where the varietal's characteristics are celebrated in their purest form. While not as prestigious as Nebbiolo-based wines like Barolo and Barbaresco, Dolcetto holds a beloved place in Piedmontese wine culture for its straightforward, deliciously fruity profile and its versatility with food.