Tenuta Monaciello Rosso

Tenuta Monaciello Rosso

$7/ Glass

Perfect pizza wine, dark fruits yet light in body

Notes
  • Berries
  • Herbs
  • Vanilla
  • Leather
Quantity
Shipping Included On 6 Glasses Or More

Educate Yourself

Hand selected from the hills of Asti

Ripe and fresh red fruits with an herbal note that’s mostly sage. Black raspberry, low acid, soft tannin, dangerously drinkable.

Dolcetto translates to ‘little sweet one,’ though this misnomer now only applies to the grape before it becomes wine.

Wine Profile
Tannin Body Acidity
Quick Facts
Alcohol: 12.5%
Pair With: The fruit of the wine works beautifully with black pepper salami and garlic flavored charcuterie. Also, perfect pizza pairing. PIZZA!
Producer: Tre Secoli
Type: Dolcetto
Year: NV
THE PERFECT RECIPE: PIZZA DOUGH FOR HOMEMADE PIZZA
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Directions
  1. Mix 1 cup of flour with all other ingredients.

  2. Gradually add 2nd cup of flour until it forms a ball. Use your hands to form and knead the dough.

  3. Let the dough rest 10-15 minutes in a bowl covered with a dish towel or saran to keep it warm.

  4. Spread out onto greased pizza pan and top with your favorite toppings.

  5. Bake at 375 degrees for approximately 15 minutes. Bone apple tea!

Ingredients
  • 2 cups flour (00 is the best, but all purpose is fine)

  • 1 tablespoon yeast

  • ¼ teaspoon salt

  • 1 tablespoon sugar

  • ⅔ cup lukewarm water (plus an additional 2 tbsp)

  • tomato sauce (optional)

  • cheese (necessary)

  • toppings (dealer’s choice)

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Vineyard History

“Classic Modernity”

90% of the production of Tre Secoli is DOC and DOCG wines. With intensive work in the vineyards, a careful selection of the best grapes and the ability to make wine traditionally while at the same time putting into practice the most modern winemaking techniques, Tre Secoli's result is timeless wines.

Tasting Guide

This dolcetto is a jammy, light bodied red with notes of berries, herbs, vanilla and leather.

“On Venus you could cook a 16-inch pepperoni pizza in seven seconds, just by holding it out to the air. (Yes, I did the math.)”

- Neil Degrasse Tyson