DOLCETTO + BARBERA + NEBBIOLO + ARNEIS
[dohl-CHEHT-oh] + [bar-BEH-rah] + [neh-bee-OH-low] + [ahr-NAYZ]
So, whatever this is, it’s definitely three reds and a white, co-fermented like co-eds co-mingling at a house party. The white Arneis dominates at almost 50% of the blend each year, and brings the foundation of floral aromatics and acid, while the Dolcetto is the sultry, swarthy life of the party, Barbera is the juicy pop star, and the Nebbiolo is the bookish serious-type with a little more to ponder. This House Party blend might be the only one of its type but it speaks to a wider audience of thirsty wine nerds.