Taste the upgrade in these grapes
Move over, Barolo. Wines from neighbor Dogliani, Italy were recently granted the superior DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garanita) classification, too. Dogliani wines use only Dolcetto grapes, which have always taken a back seat to Barolo’s Nebbiolo, but produce some juicy, complex dry reds. See what the upgrade is all about with the 2014 Pecchenino San Luigi Dogliani.
$15. Parker’s Table, 7118 Oakland Ave., Richmond Heights, 314.645.2050
Glenn Bardgett is a member of the Missouri Wine and Grape Board and wine director at Annie Gunn’s.
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