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Bellotti Rosso Semplicamente Vino - Buon Vino Natural Wine
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Bellotti Rosso degli Ulivi Semplicamente Vino Triple A 2020

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One Line Description Bellotti Rosso Semplicamente Vino, Biodynamic wine, no added sulphur, Barbera, Dolcetto, wild, fresh, alive and just a little bit funky
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country Italy Italian
Region Piemonte, Italy
Producer Stefano Bellotti
Vintage 2020
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend Barbera, Dolcetto
Alcohol 14% abv
Terroir Region Tassarolo, clay soil
Total Sulphur Level 15 mg/l
Maturation In acacia wood tanks
Annual Production 5 - 10,000 bottles
Production Detail Biodynamic
Natural Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Zero Added Sulphites (Sulphur), Vegan, Unfined, Unfiltered


Bellotti Rosso Semplicamente Vino, Biodynamic wine, no added sulphur, Barbera, Dolcetto, wild, fresh, alive and just a little bit funky! A deliciously fresh red wine, bursting with natural vivacity, dark and crunchy red fruits, notes of spice, chewy tannins and a lingering finish with just a note of funky earthy yeastiness. Delicious natural wine from one of the pioneers of biodynamics in Piemonte. Enjoy this with a freshly made, proper Margherita Pizza, slightly chilled on a warm evening.

Stefano Bellotti began as an eighteen year old in 1977, reclaiming the family farm where there was less than 1 hectare of vineyard in existing use. He began working organically from the beginning, and introduced biodynamic methods in 1984. The wines of Degli Ulivi are pure and natural, made without manipulation. Their belief is that the art of winemaking is to accompany the wine through its natural transformation process. In addition to grape growing, the estate has a diversified production of fruits, vegetables and cereals, and keeps a variety of farm animals. This biodiversity is an essential factor in biodynamic farming, which treats farms as self-contained, selfsufficient entities requiring little or no inputs from the outside. Their wines are bursting with character a little funk, and a lot of heart. A true taste of Piemonte.


8Reviews For Bellotti Rosso degli Ulivi Semplicamente Vino Triple A 2020

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    I rate natural wine on a funky scale and this is certainly near the early Funkadelic end of the scale, fizzy red with amazing red fruit and soft tannins. I’m vegan and this goes with nice vegan stews and mushroom dishes. Wonderful and strongly recommended

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    I am sure that many people have been put off lightly sparkling red wine after sipping a cheap and cheerful conventional Lambrusco wine. This is the wine that simply will change everybody’s mind. Superb.

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    this was delicious - reminiscent of warm Tuscan evenings and endless summer days - great with or without food

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    I discovered this back in France a few months ago and it's become a go-to ever since. It's light and easy but has plenty depth and complexity. Love this for an aperitif

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    A very interesting wine with lots of flavour and length. Very moreish and I'd buy again. Despite the crown cap not sparkling.

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    Richard Morris26/03/2018

    Terrific wine with lots of character. Lambrusco like - but not as fizzy and with more complexity.

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    Why would you drink a frizzante red wine on a cold December evening with snow on the ground and barely enough light in the day to see past the end of the garden? Well you might for reasons of nostalgia as I did. Rob described this wine as young and a little wild and that it may be drunk cool from the fridge. I haven’t drunk “fizzy red” since wild parties in the late 1960s when Lambrusco was as cheap as Hirondelle and Liebfraumilch, and about as appetising as Watney’s Red Barrel. All of it was consumed in the interest of approaching girls without fear, and to facilitate Mick Jagger imitative dancing on the developing R&B club scene ( “……I’m gonna tell ya how its gonna be….”. ). Truly the bad old days as far as the drinks went ( lager-and -lime and vodka-and-lime are two other abominations that come to mind) ……on the other hand I was young and wild and so were the girls so it wasn’t all bad news….we were cool then, but not from the fridge! This was a fresh fruity lively number …drunk with spaghetti, with mushrooms cream and bacon sauce, and finished over some Yarlsberg cheese with Nairn’s multi-seeded GF biscuits.
    Tasty, yes and a little wild……....and cool.

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    Brilliant wine, probably not technically correct but great vivacity and character. It would be great if there were more wines that had such personality.

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