Bolla Pinot Gr 10 1.5L
Discover Bolla Pinot Gr 10 1.5L:
Discover this Bolla Pinot Gr 10 and get it delivered to your door. Bolla Pinot Gr 10 is produced in delle Venezie, Italy.
Discover Pinot Grigio Wines
Pinot Grigio is a white wine grape variety with grey, white red, or purple skins. (Thus the French word 'gris,' meaning 'gray.') Because the Pinot Grigio and Gris grapes are considered to be genetically fragile, color constancy is not a strong point (as seen in the photo below by Navarro Vineyards).
Pinot Grigio wines that are more ripe tend to have more tropical and tree fruit tastes, while grapes that are less mature have more pronounced citrus fruit notes. Almost all Pinot Grigio is produced as a dry white wine with a light to medium body. The finest Pinot Grigio wines are crisp, refreshing, and well balanced overall, with mild acidity and rich fruit flavors, regardless of the body.
Some varieties may have more acidity than others, depending on quality and manufacturing techniques. Especially in wine-growing areas with a cold environment.
Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris are the same grape variety, but the Italian name is Pinot Grigio and the French designation is Pinot Gris.
Italian Pinot Grigio is known for its citrus and tree fruit tastes, while French Pinot Grigio is known for its tropical fruit aromas. This is dependent on a number of variables, including terroir, harvest period, and vinification styles.
About the Producer: Bolla
Bolla is a major wine producer from Valpolicella in northeastern Italy. It has a long history and has been at the forefront of international dissemination of Veneto wines. Bolla was one of the first wineries in the region to become famous in the United States for wines like Soave and Bardolino. ... He was widely supported by Italian-American singer Frank Sinatra. Bolla claims to be the first company to market Amarone after bottling in 1950 for the 80th birthday of founder Alberto Bolla. In honor of this top note, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico is called Le Origini, and generic Amarone, Recioto Valpolicella Classico and Recioto di Soave Classico complete Bolla's top layer. In addition, there is a wide range of wines under the Valpolicella, Soave, Bardolino, Custoza, Lugana and Prosecco appellations, as well as varietal wines from Pinot Grigio, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. The cellar combines modern and traditional winemaking methods. , combining barrels, stainless steel tanks and high-tech bottling lines with Slavic oak barrels built in 1883. The company founded its Valpolicella winery in the 1930s and by the 1950s its wines were gaining recognition in various markets in export. Bolla was purchased by the importer and shareholder of Brown-Forman in 2000 and is now owned by Gruppo Italiano Vini.
Get this item delivered via FedEx. Learn more.
54 in stock