I can’t imagine there’s a lot of dolcetto grown in the Limestone Coast region of South Australia, but there’s around 30 wineries in Australia making dolcetto, usually there’s an Italian link there somewhere! é
Di Giorgio Family Wines, Dolcetto, Rosé, Limestone Coast, 2017
A dusky rose colour in the glass. Perfumed mix of lime, strawberry, rosewater, pencil eraser and chalk. Attractive and textured with light sweet strawberry and cherry fruits, hints of rosewater and fine acidity. Finishing quite dry without any character dominating one way or the other. Pleasant.
Wine sample courtesy of DiGiorgio Family Wines