Renato RattiDolcetto D'Alba Colombe DOC 2022Product code: 17305
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Renato Ratti Dolcetto D'Alba Colombe DOC wine hails from the prestigious Italian vineyards of Piedmont. Adored for its vibrant hued body and delicate aroma, this inviting elixir entices the senses with hints of cherry, blackberry and almond. On the palate, it is surprisingly dry, offering an intriguing juxtaposition to its fruity fragrance. Its medium-bodied, silky texture is well balanced by a lively acidity, which beckons food pairings of risotto or light meats. With a lingering finish, this charming Dolcetto is a testament to Renato Ratti’s refined winemaking capabilities and the fertile Piedmont terroir. Enjoy it young to truly appreciate its vivacity.
About the Winery
Located in the heart of Piedmont, Italy, Renato Ratti winery is renowned for its impeccable wines and mesmerising scenery. Founded by the late Renato Ratti in 1965, this vineyard quickly earned a stellar reputation due to its visionary approach to winemaking. A true embodiment of passion, the winery continues to thrive under the careful stewardship of Renato’s son, Pietro Ratti.
The estate sprawls across a spectacular landscape of rolling hills and lush vineyards, providing the Ratti duo ample room to create their masterpieces. They possess an extensive collection of world-class wines, including Barolo Marcenasco, a product that captures the essence of the unique winemaking techniques employed at Renato Ratti.
A visit to Renato Ratti winery offers an unforgettable experience. Guests can savour the delectable wines and indulge in a culinary journey through the authentic Italian cuisine catered by the in-house restaurant. The building itself is an architectural gem, combining tradition with modernity. Its design features stone exteriors, sleek, large windows and a terrace offering panoramic views of the stunning Piedmont region.
The winery also houses a museum that delves into the history of Barolo wine. The Renoir Museum, founded by Renato Ratti himself, showcases the rich heritage of this famous Italian wine. Interestingly, it's here where visitors can learn about the different territories that produce Barolo and gain a deeper appreciation of the aged grape's history and production process.
Despite the winery's notable achievements, the team at Renato Ratti remain grounded. They continue to innovate and maintain the highest standards in viticulture whilst preserving the environment. This winery is more than just a business. it is an embodiment of a rich heritage, a passion for viticulture, and an unwavering commitment to quality. Renato Ratti is undoubtedly a destination one should not miss when touring Italy’s Wine country.