Founded in 1974, the winery is now an established reality in the panorama of world-class wines from Piedmont, with an outstanding quality production. It is located in the hills of La Morra, in the heart of the Langhe, in a wonderful position: five hundred meters above sea level, with the view sweeping over the plains of Cuneo and Turin as far as the beautiful landscape of the Alps, from the Maritimes to the Monte Rosa.
The pre-existing farmhouse, dating back to the middle of the XVIII century – as shown by the ancient beams discovered in the tasting room- has been completely renovated, new vineyards have been added to the original estate, the old vines have been replaced by new plants. Each intervention was carried out in respect for tradition, in such a way as to create continuity between past and present.
The sparing use of technology without altering the natural processes, optimizes the production process. The careful tending of the vineyards produces high quality grapes, the basic raw material needed to obtain great wines.
Only quality grapes can make great wines. Exposure, slope, the nature and structure of the soil are of fundamental importance, but they need to go together with a careful tending of vineyards that respects the territory.
Dosio Barbera d'Alba
Dosio Nebbiolo d'Alba
Dosio BaroloViolet and cherry perfumes that evolve into light notes of chocolate, hay and leather. Pleasantly dry and complex.
2007: 89 points, Wine Spectator
Fresh, with a mineral streak punctuating the cherry, raspberry and floral flavors. It's all backed by a firm, almost racy structure, giving a lean profile. Just a bit dry on the finish. Best from 2015 through 2026. 1,500 cases made. –BS