Named “the wine that doesn’t exist,” this selection is made up of a little-known Piemontese grape variety called Doux d’Henry that is illegal to grow in Langhe. 60% Doux d’Henry, which has soft fruit and floral aromatics, is blended with 40% Dolcetto; the two age together in amphorae for one year. This blend is medium-bodied, rustic, and earthy, with ripe blackberry and hearty herbs on the palate. It finishes with a slight funky note and firm tannins. We’d like it alongside a hearty pasta dish, like short rib agnolotti or mushroom ragu.