Dogliotti 1870

Italy

Dogliotti began in 1870 in Castiglione Tinella, Piedmont with brothers Giuseppe and Marcello Dogliotti. Although their winemaking techniques are simple and artisanal, their Moscato has become the apple of the winery’s eye, receiving prestigious qualifications and gold medals at important wine competitions.

The foundation of their authentic wines is formed by the exclusive use of grapes farmed on their own vineyards. Under the watchful eye of Erik Dogliotti, the enologist and winemaker, the land is farmed organically and yields are reduced to ensure the maximum quality and expression of the grapes.

The same principles apply to their Vermouths and Spumante wines. Unlike commercially produced Vermouth, Erik uses Moscato d’Asti DOCG grapes for the white and Barbera d’Asti DOCG grapes for the red Vermouth. Their Spumante is produced following the traditional Metodo Martinotti with an extended period of time on the lees and yeast.

Wines

Dogliotti Moscato d'Asti MAT · Profile

Intensely fragrant and aromatic – altogether delicious and exceptional.

Dogliotti Moscato d'Asti MAT · Pairing

Hanging out with your friends, enjoying a shaded spot on a sun drenched patio or just having fun by the pool – ideal settings for this playful, refreshing wine.

It serves well as an aperitif, as a palate cleanser with a sorbet or with any fruit based dessert.

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Dogliotti Spumante Brut · Profile

Intense dry an complex aroma with a pleasant lingering, savoury finish. An elegant and consistent bead of fine bubbles speak of a careful and extended second fermentation process.

Dogliotti Spumante Brut · Pairing

A well crafted cuvée of Pinot Noir (70%) and Chardonnay (30%). A light straw yellow colour and an elegant bead please the eye and the palate. Serve well chilled as an aperitif, with appetizers, or with a buffet.

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Dogliotti 18/70 Vermouth White · Profile

The history of Vermouth begins in 1786 in Turin. Due to the unique qualities of the Moscato grape, an aromatized wine was produced that quickly became the regions favourite aperitif. Later, a bitter version was developed to be used for medicinal purposes.

Today, Dogliotti 1870 wishes to help relaunch the original premium Vermouth. The 18/70 white is made with 80% Moscato d’Asti DOCG and 20% of a special blend of 51 different natural aromas and herbs. Profiting from the grapes natural sweetness, no sugar or colorants are added.

Dogliotti 18/70 Vermouth White · Pairing

The Vermouth 18/70 white is perfect as an aperitif, served well chilled over ice. Aromatic notes mingle with spices and herbs, particularly absinthe.

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Dogliotti 18/70 Vermouth Red · Profile

The history of Vermouth begins in 1786 in Turin. Due to the unique qualities of the Moscato grape, an aromatized wine was produced that quickly became the regions favourite aperitif. Later, a bitter version was developed to be used for medicinal purposes.

Today, Dogliotti 1870 wishes to help relaunch the original premium Vermouth. The 18/70 red is made with 80% Barbera d’Asti DOCG and 20% of a special blend of 51 different natural aromas and herbs. Due to the high natural acidity of the Barbera grapes, a touch of sweetness is added to achieve a perfect balance.

Dogliotti 18/70 Vermouth Red · Pairing

The Vermouth 18/70 Red is a nice aperitif, especially on a cold fall or winter evening. The taste is rich with a pleasant mix of berry flavours, spices, and herbs.

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Dogliotti Bianco d'Amelio · Profile

Refreshing with a surprising complexity – a beautifully composed white wine showing that Piedmont is more than just Barolo.

Dogliotti Bianco d'Amelio · Pairing

The composition of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Erbaluce and Moscato Secco results in a refreshing wine that can be served as an aperitif or throughout an entire meal. Harmonizes best with cold plates, salads, fish, and white sauce pasta dishes.

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