Dogliotti 1870 wines represent an oenological excellence of the Piedmont region. The wine cellar is located in Castagnole delle Lanze, where the Dogliotti family began its activity back in 1870.
The history of the Dogliotti family is linked to their passion for Moscato d'Asti, which has been the winery's flagship wine since its origins. Despite the simple, artisanal techniques employed by brothers Giuseppe and Marcello Dogliotti, their Moscato was immediately a great success, earning diplomas and gold medals at important wine competitions.
Over the years, the family's winemaking tradition has been handed down from father to son, leading to an improvement in the quality of the wines and the expansion of the range of products offered by the winery.
Today, the passion for winemaking is in the hands of the three cousins, Erik, Ivan and Matteo Dogliotti, who have enthusiastically combined their different skills to relaunch the family business and take Dogliotti wines around the world.
The winery offers its visitors the opportunity to discover the history and tradition of Dogliotti up close by organizing guided tours and tastings of its fine wines. In addition, private events can be organized with the presence of a chef for a unique food and wine experience.
The wines produced by the Dogliotti 1870 winery are the fruit of the family's passion and constant commitment to the winemaking tradition of the Piedmont region. The range of products offered ranges from Moscato d'Asti, which represents the excellence of production, to Barbera d'Asti Superiore, Dolcetto d'Alba DOC, Grignolino d'Asti DOC and many other wines.
Each bottle of Dogliotti 1870 wines encapsulates the history and passion of a family that for over a century has been dedicated to the production of fine wines, made from grapes grown in their own vineyards with traditional techniques and attention to detail.
The Dogliotti 1870 winery is therefore a must for all lovers of good wine and the Piedmontese wine-making tradition, who wish to discover the secrets of producing high quality wines.