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  1. Giacomo Borgogno Dolcetto d'Alba 2015
    WS90
    $18.98
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    90 Points!  Shows alluring purity to the cherry and black currant flavors, underscored by light tannins. Balanced and long, with a chalky, minerally finish. Drink now through 2020. - Wine Spectator
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  2. Pecchenino Dogliani Superiore Siri d'Jermu 2016
    WS90
    JS93
    $19.98
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    93 Points!  Licorice, brambleberry pie, citrus, elderberry tart and ash. Structured, intense and pretty on the palate, all at the same time, which is more the norm for this producer than for the appellation. Medium to full body, layers of soaked blueberry fruit and a firm, tangy finish. Drink now. - JamesSuckling.com
     
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  3. Pecchenino Dogliani San Luigi 2017
    JS90
    VM92
    $14.98
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    90 Points!  Roasted herbs, elderberry pie and spices. Full-bodied with plenty of fruit-compote flavors and a fruity finish. - JamesSuckling.com
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  4. Giuseppe Mascarello Barbera D'Alba Scudetto 2015
    WA92
    $37.98
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    92 Points! Since the 2014 vintage, this wine is no longer labeled as Superiore. The 2015 Barbera d'Alba Scudetto had just been bottled when I tasted my sample, but the sheer richness and exuberance of the fruit was nevertheless on full display. Barbera performed very nicely in this warm vintage, delivering opulent and generous black fruit aromas. This Barbera is rich in volume and texture as well. This wine, along with the Langhe Freisa Toetto and Langhe Nebbiolo, was released in late May 2018. - Monica Larner, Wine Advocate
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  5. Elio Grasso Dolcetto d'Alba Dei Grassi 2017
    $16.98
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    Gianluca Grasso tells me he became as strict as an Italian police man, a Carabinieri, when it came to leaf pulling in 2017. Vines needed as much shade as they could get in this scorching hot vintage, so he did not allow for any leaves to be thinned. Fruit for the 2017 Dolcetto d'Alba dei Grassi matured rigorously in the shade during the whole summer season. For Gianluca, this was the key to maintaining fruity intensity and freshness in this difficult vintage. Indeed, this wine is void of the jammy sensations of fruit confit and marmalade that you might expect given the record heat. - Monica Larner, robertparker.com
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  6. Azelia Dolcetto d'Alba Bricco dell'Oriolo 2016
    $14.98
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    From a single vineyard, Bricco dell'Oriolo, at 600m elevation; 45 year old vines, farmed organically, fermented in stainless steel...
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  7. Giovanni Manzone Dolcetto d'Alba Le Ciliegie 2016
    $14.98
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    The 2016 Dolcetto d'Alba Le Ciliegie takes its cue from its name: "ciliegie" are cherries in Italian. That is indeed the main aromatic component of this easy-drinking wine. Cherry liqueur or candied cherries lead to darker tones of prune and plum. Pair this wine with crispy fried chicken. - Monica Larner, robertparker.com

     
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