Dogajolo is one of the most innovative wines on the market today. A successful product of Carpineto winery, it became so internationally famous to be considered the “ambassador” of Tuscan wines worldwide.
Dogajolo Baby “Super Tuscan” family is composed of red, white and rosé wines, all three have been awarded by the wine press and are strongly appreciated by the public.
Red Dogajolo especially, has left its mark over the years: it has been awarded 89 points out of 100 by Wine Spectator, 87 by Wine Enthusiast, 92 by Easy Wine, 5 stars by The Wine Kingdom Magazine and “top value” by Wine Align’s World Wine Awards of Canada 2014. It has also achieved a silver medal at New Zealand International Wine Show and was awarded 91 points by Angus Hughson, wine expert and winner of 2005 Gourmet Traveller Wine Young Writer Award. In his World Wine: The Imported Wine handbook, he writes: “It is almost immoral to pay so little for a wine this good that has travelled halfway around the world. Just brilliant value and full to the brim with beautifully balanced dusty, savoury cherry fruit plus some powerful cassis thrown in the mix “. The list could go on and on.
It is no coincidence that a personality like Jamie Oliver, chef, TV presenter (star of the very successful cooking programme The Naked Chef , whose cookbook has become a number one bestseller in the UK) has chosen to place red and white Dogajolo on his wine list at Bali’s Jamie’s Italian Kuta Beach’s Restaurant.
Quality wines, they are ideal for aperitif or to pair with Mediterranean cuisine. Let’s discover them one by one.
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