Dogliani DOCG Bricco Mollea




Vinification of grapes coming for the cru Bricco Mollea, in the Commune of Vicoforte, at the furthest south border of Langhe, at the feet of the Alps. The vines are extremely old, the most part planted in the 50’s and the 70’s. Alcoholic fermentation happens only in concrete and lasts around 10 days. Then malolactic takes place in concrete and/or stainless steel and cold stabilization happens outdoor or in conditioned steel tanks. After stabilization, the wine ages for some months in concrete, steel and plastic, before being bottled, usually in April-May of the year after the harvest.


This is our idea of Dolcetto, with the goal to exalt the “vinousity” of this great classic piedmontese grape variety. It is a funny wine, non-extremely complex in the mid-palate, slightly tannic and with a lingering, spicy and refreshing finish. Perfect to pair with a saffron risotto, pad thai, chicken tikka masala, Mortadella and Squacquerone.

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Vicoforte Bricco Mollea

Old vines of Dolcetto at the extreme South of Langhe Region, at the feet of Maritime Alps. Being rented since 2018.



The 2018 Vintage

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The 2017 vintage

2017 has been one of the hottest and driest seasons of our time.

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The 2016 vintage

2016 has been one of the most amazing vintages of the last decade.

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The 2015 vintage

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The 2014 Vintage

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The 2013 Vintage

2013 vintage signalled that it was to be an ‘old-style’ late harvest with an unusual and challenging spring.

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The 2012 Vintage

2012 vintage began with one of the most severe winters ever, with temperatures as low as -15°C (5°F) in early February. Following this unexpected cold burst, spring saw plentiful, though not excessive, rainfall.

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