Definitions for "Dolcetto"
Keywords:  piedmont, dohl, chet, italy, fruity
(dohl-chet'-oh) One of the principal grapes of Northwestern Italy. The best known wines made from this variety bear its name.
(Dohl-CHET-toe) - Tasty red-wine grape of the Piemonte in Northwestern Italy, making a delightful wine that's usually light and fruity, but not sweet as the name (literally "little sweet one") might suggest.
Well-known grape widely grown in Piedmont region of Italy. Usually made into fast maturing, fruity and robust dark red wine with faintly bitter flavor. May be identical with the Douce Noir grape of the Savoie region of France and the varietal known as Charbono in California.