Voerzio Martini was established recently on the the land inherited by Gianni Voerzio (Roberto's brother) when their father split the family's land. Gianni had no heirs to take over upon his retirement, so he sold the estate to the Martini family, staying on for a few years to see a successful transition. Winemaker Mirko Martini and his fraternal twin sister Frederica are now running the show, and have transitioned the vineyards to organic viticulture. They make a range of whites and reds in beautiful bottles featuring local wildflowers by artist Gianni Gallo. We’re big cheerleaders of dolcetto, which often gets uprooted to make space for more profitable grapes in the vineyard. Maybe misunderstood because its name means “sweet little one”, dolcetto is dry with dark plum, black cherry, violets, and in this case soft, easy tannins. Do your part to save the dolcetto and drink this with pizza, pasta, roasted veggies, beans, or any of your everyday favorites!