Bolla - Amarone Della Valpolicella Riserva Origini 2010 Ml. 750
At least 24 months
The first cellar dates back to 1883 and was built at Soave, a medieval town south-east of Verona, by Abele Bolla, proprietor of the renowned inn, Al Gambero, famous everywhere for offering the finest wines from the area. Aware of the high quality of his wines Abele decided to market the wine "Soave" that his guests appreciated so highly and transformed his passion for vine-growing into a real business: the first Bolla Cellar was established in Soave in 1883. The company obtained its first official recognition in 1909 when Bolla obtained the gold medal (which would be followed by many more) for quality wines at the Bologna fair.
In 1950, the grandchildren of the founder of the Pedemonte Cellar in Valpolicella bottled their grandfather's favourite wine to celebrate his 80th birthday. This was Amarone. And so began the commercial history of this wine, launched for the first time by Bolla and now renowned all over the world. With this Amarone Bolla rediscovers the origins of the wine and produces it in full respect for the tradition.
|Ageing and Fining||Amarone Classico Riserva Le Origini begins ageing in traditional 750-litre barrels for 12 months followed by 36 months in 40 hl barrels first of all and then 80 hl ones. Finally comes further ageing in the bottle for 9 months.|
|Ageing||At least 24 months|
|Color||A deep and velvety garnet colour with a violet hue|
|Aroma||A perfume of wild cherries, jam, mature pear, vanilla, liquorice and cedar wood.|
|Aroma||balsamic, Floral, Fruity, Spicy, Burnt|
|Taste||Full-bodied, warm on the palate with clear hints of cocoa and spices|
|Serving temperature||16°-18° C.|
|Blend description||75% Corvina and Corvinone, 25% Rondinella. A careful selection of perfectly healthy, ripe sparse bunches, suitable for raisining, provides the basis for the production of Amarone "Le Origini" Riserva.|
|Matching||Pasta with sauce, Rice with Bolognese sauce, Roast, Red meat, Roasted red meat, Grilled meat, Game, Cured cheeses, Meditation wines / Dessert wines|
|Ideal with||Pasta Meatr, Meat Read, Cured cheeses, Dessert|
|Classification||Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG|