40% Chardonnay

30% Grechetto

30% Sauvignon Blanc


Tuscany, Italy



The name Dogajolo was invented by Carpineto’s founders, derived from the Italian word doga, meaning “stave” — the narrow strips of wood used to form oak casks. A medium-bodied white with pleasant citrus aromas and flavors, Carpineto Dogajolo Bianco is a young, fresh wine with a balanced acidity and clean, delicate finish. Produced from estate-grown fruit from the Montepulciano estate, each varietal is vinified separately in stainless steel tanks.




Wine Enthusiast - 89 pts

White peach and pink grapefruit on the nose lead to a palate of more citrus and grapefruit candy, with the astringency of grapefruit pith lending a sophisticated bite to the finish.

D. Callegari, July 2023


Ultimate Wine Challenge - 94 pts

Great Value
“Elegant nose of lemon peel, fruit cocktail, honeysuckle, cucumber, and green herbs. Medium-bodied on the palate with orchard fruit and white pepper coming forward; citrus, honeydew melon, and a fresh acidity last and last on a fresh finish.”


Wine Enthusiast - 87 pts - Best Buy

A great value wine, this blend of Chardonnay, Grechetto and Sauvignon shows easy freshness and bright aromas of stone fruit, lemon zest, honeydew and peach.

M. Larner, October 2012


Wine Enthusiast - 87 pts

This informal Tuscan blend of Chardonnay, Grechetto and Sauvignon Blanc offers a sunny bouquet of mature fruit, apricot, citrus and honeysuckle. The wine is pleasantly fragrant and flavorful with crisp acidity and a generous mouthfeel.

M. Larner, April 2010
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