Bolla Verona Rosso IGT 2012 883 Selection

  • Vintages
    • 2012
  • Tech Info
    • Alcohol 12.5 %
    • Acidity 5.4 g/l
  • Region Veneto
  • Vineyards Vineyards located in the Verona province, in the region of the Veneto. Clay and calcareous soil. The grapes are grown on the Veronese pergola system.
  • Winemaking Vinification starts with a cold pre-fermentative maceration of 2 days, which enables the extraction of the fruity varietal aromas of the grapes, as well as the deep, vivacious color. Following the cold maceration, fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature, resulting in a wine that is highly quaffable and very pleasant on the palate.
  • Tasting Notes Color: Deep ruby red in color. Bouquet: Hints of fresh red fruits. Taste: Smooth and well-balanced with a wild berry finish.
  • Food Pairing Serve at cellar temperature. Perfect with charcuterie, tasty starts, red meats and poultry and even spicy seafood dishes.
  • Additional Notes A great star of Italian oenological history, Bolla is re-introducing its famed 1960s bottle and label for a new IGT red wine with a contemporary taste, produced by blending the traditions of the past with the innovations of today.