No recollection on this other than it apparently cost me $24. Dolcetto is in the northwest part of Italy and is the name of both the grape and region.
A somewhat mild nose with cherry, plum, and perhaps a cigar box kinda thing.
Cherry, blackberry, strawberry, plum - a lot ot fruit really - with a bit of smooth, sweet cedar. Everything flows together nicely - tannin, acid, fruit, wood - all is in very nice balance.
A fuzzy tobacco quality lingers on the finish with some ultraripe strawberry.
The wine is fairly straightforward and doesn't really have all that much depth, but it is undeniably tasty. I dig it a lot.