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Dolcetto

The Dolcetto grape makes soft, pleasantly fruity wines that are for early consumption.  It is used in the Piedmont region of northern Italy but it's use is diminishing. There are also limited plantings in California and most other key wine producing regions around the world, but most of those plantings are for experimental purposes.