Dolci Bianco is a fresh, fruity, medium sweet white wine with a vibrant floral nose and smooth finish, fermented and aged entirely in stainless steel tanks.
Grapes: Cayuga White, Niagara and Muscat Ottonel.
Appellation: Finger Lakes
Viticulture notes: The grapes used in the production of this wine are cold-tolerant, making them ideal for the northern Finger Lakes region. We train their vines higher on the trellis than other varieties and they grow downward in an umbrella-like pattern. This lovely fruity blend is composed of one variety from each of the major classes of wine grapes: vinifera (Muscat Ottonel), hybrid (Cayuga White), and labrusca (Niagara).
Winemaker: Matt Cassavaugh
Fermentation: In stainless steel tanks at cool temperature.
Alcohol by volume: 11.5%
Residual sugar: ___%
IRF scale: Medium Sweet
Aging: In stainless steel tanks for approximately 6 months.
Acidity: pH ___, TA ___ g/L
Bottle volumes: 750mL and 1.5L
Bottling dates: _______
Production: ___ cases 750mL (thus far)
Wine series: Vineyard
TTB ID: 16340-001-000402
Year first produced: 2004
Winemaking notes: We ferment each of Dolci Bianco’s component wines separately in stainless steel tanks at low temperature, to bring out the fruit aromas and flavors in the finished wine.
Enjoying Dolci Bianco
- At our winery in Fairport
- At selected wine and spirits stores and restaurants in New York state
- At CasaLarga.com for direct shipment to residences and workplaces in 37 states
Aging: Store at cool temperature (about 55º) and out of direct sunlight. This wine, like most unoaked white wines, was produced to be enjoyed while young and fresh, i.e. within roughly 2 years of bottling.
Serving temperature: Chilled to about 50º
Tasting notes: Dolci Bianco is a fresh, fruity, unoaked, medium sweet white wine with a vibrant floral nose and smooth finish.
Pairing suggestions: Asian or Mexican cuisine with hot spices, sweet and sour or honey mustard sauces, bleu cheeses.