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DOGLIOTTI 1870 s.n.c.

Via Fratelli Vicari, 70, 14054 Castagnole delle Lanze

Telephone +39 0141 878153
Fax +39 0141 878153

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand B12

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Piemont
  • 02.04  Sparkling wine

Sparkling wine

Our products

Product category: Piemont

Grignolino d'Asti Doc

Grignolino is a red grape grown almost exclusively in the Piedmont region of northern Italy. This grape produces dry wines with a delicately perfumed bouquet. The wines are either light fruity red wines or refreshing fragrant roses. It is at its best when drunk cool and young. Wines made from Grignolino have high acid levels and light tannins. The name of the grape comes from a word in the local dialect that means “grape pips” (seeds). It is thought that the name came from the fact that this particular variety has an abundance of seeds in each grape. Grignolino is a slow maturing grape that is best suited for warmer areas that have long growing seasons. It reaches maturity near the beginning of October.

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Product category: Sparkling wine

Asti Spumante Docg

This sweet sparkling white wine is considered to be Moscato’s brother but in a spumante version.
It’s made with Martinotti Method, that means it is fermented in stainless steel tank for 3 months on the yeast.

DENOMINATION: Asti Spumante Docg
GRAPE VARIETY: 100 % Moscato Bianco

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Product category: Piemont

Piemonte Doc Chardonnay

DENOMINATION: Piemonte Doc Chardonnay
GRAPE VARIETY: 100 % Chardonnay
Vine-training system: Guyot
Soil: Mainly clay-limestone-sand
Grape-harvest: September
Max. Crop/hectare: 10 metric tons

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About us

Company details

Dogliotti began in 1870 in Castiglione Tinella, Piedmont with brothers Giuseppe and Marcello Dogliotti.
Although their winemaking techniques are simple and artisanal, their Moscato has become the apple of the winery’s eye, receiving prestigious qualifications and gold medals at important wine competitions.

When Giuseppe’s son Luigi took over the winery’s operations in 1929, he transferred their small winery to Castagnole delle Lanze. In just a short time, their Moscato d’Asti traveled beyond the borders of the region and country, finding appreciation in France and Switzerland.

Generation after generation, the winemaking tradition of the Dogliotti family has been passed down from father to son. With time, they have refined their techniques to creating the high quality wines they are known for today, and their selection of wines has grown alongside.

The Dogliotti family's passion for winemaking is found in three cousins, Erik (enologist), Ivan (business), and Matteo Dogliotti (web graphics designer). With their combined enthusiasm, they’ve united their different talents to arrive at one, common objective: to strengthen the family winery and share Dogliotti 1870 wines with the world.

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