The elegant Magna Dolcetto d'Alba from Paolo Manzone comes into the glass with a bright ruby red color. This single-varietal Italian wine reveals wonderfully expressive notes of plums, morello cherries, mulberries and blueberries in the glass. There are also hints of brown bread, firewood and beech smoke.
This dry red wine from Paolo Manzone is for wine lovers who would prefer 0.0 grams of sugar in their wine. The Magna Dolcetto d'Alba comes very close to this, as it was produced with just 1 gram of residual sugar. This dense red wine is balanced and multi-faceted on the palate. The Magna Dolcetto d'Alba presents itself impressively fresh and lively on the palate thanks to its concise fruit acidity. On the finish, this red wine from the Piedmont wine-growing region finally impresses with good length. Once again, there are hints of blackcurrant and blackberry.
Vinification of Magna Dolcetto d'Alba by Paolo Manzone
This red wine clearly focuses on one grape variety, namely Dolcetto. Only the best grapes were brought in for this wonderfully balanced single-varietal wine from Paolo Manzone. Once perfect physiological ripeness has been ensured, the grapes for Magna Dolcetto d'Alba are harvested exclusively by hand without the aid of coarse and less selective machines. After manual harvesting, the grapes are transported to the press house as quickly as possible. Here they are sorted and carefully crushed. This is followed by fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures. At the end of this process, the Magna Dolcetto d'Alba can continue to harmonize on the fine lees for a few months.
Dining recommendations for the Magna Dolcetto d'Alba from Paolo Manzone
This Italian wine is best enjoyed at a temperature of 15 - 18°C. It is the perfect accompaniment to goose breast with ginger-red cabbage and marjoram, stuffed peppers or chickpea curry.