Bottega del vino Dolcetto di Dogliani

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La Bottega del Dolcetto di Dogliani is an association of producers of the Dolcetto di Dogliani and Dogliani Docg appellations whose aim is to safeguard and promote their wines. The association has also become a sort of permanent forum where members can meet to discuss, share and compare their different experiences, debate new legislative proposals and exchange ideas regarding the direction and future prospects of the denomination.
The idea of joining forces and working together was strongly advocated by all those producers who felt the need to combine their efforts in sustaining and championing their wines, and the Association was eventually set up in 1984, ten years after Dolcetto di Dogliani was awarded DOC status. It is now run with the support of the Municipality of Dogliani.
Housed next to the Church of San Paolo in the medieval cellars of the 16th century Town Hall, originally a Carmelite convent built in the 16th century, the Bottega also functions as a showcase for wines produced by its members, which are available for tasting and purchase. Visitors interested in discovering and learning more are welcome, and guided tastings can also be arranged with members who are always happy to share their products and their passion with guests.
Wines are admitted to the Bottega only after being subjected to rigorous tasting sessions carried out by external professionals, as the intention of the Bottega is to offer a qualified image of Dolcetto del Dogliani, as well as other territorial wines of quality.

Compliance with legal and disciplinary regulations is the responsibility of the Chamber of Commerce, the Assessorato all’Agriculture (Local Authority Department of Agriculture), the Province, and the Consortium di Tutela Barolo Barbaresco Alba Langhe and Roero.
La Bottega is not a consortium and does not have the role or the structure of one. The producers of Dogliani are officially represented by the Consorzio di Tutela Barolo Barbaresco Alba Langhe e Roero.

Opening hours


from 3 to 7 pm


from 9.30 to 12.30am and from 3 to 7 pm

Sundays and holidays:

from 9.30 to 12.30am and from 3 to 7 pm

Open daily in September and October
Closed January and February
Open all year for pre-arranged group visits
Free tastings