Bolla Pinot Noir 2012 Provincia di Pavia IGT

  • Varietal 100%
  • Vintages
  • Tech Info
    • Alcohol 12 %
    • Acidity 5.3 g/l
    • Residual Sugar 4.8 g/l
  • Region Veneto
  • Vineyards Grown in Provincia di Pavia, Lombardy, Italy. There, the alluvial soils in the plains and in the bench lands and hillsides, rise to 600 feet above sea level; the soils turn to sandstone and are more calcareous.
  • Winemaking Hand-harvested grapes are whole-berry pressed and fermented in stainless steel. Extended maceration deepens the color and renders the tannins soft and silky. The wine undergoes malolactic fermentation, which increases the wine’s roundness and makes for a soft, full mouthfeel. The wine is aged without oak to retain its bright fruit flavors.
  • Tasting Notes Color: Ruby red. Bouquet: Wild cherries, black currants, dried spring flowers, and a touch of licorice. Taste: Well balanced, with fresh fruit flavors and black-cherry nuances.
  • Food Pairing Ideal with grilled salmon, lamb, veal and pork. Also good with semi-aged cheeses.
Bolla Pinot Noir red wine bottle from Veneto, Italy