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LE ORIGINI RISERVA DOC

FEATURES

  • Hailed as the original Amarone. It was the first of its kind when the 1950 vintage was introduced.
  • Vineyards are cultivated exclusively using the traditional Veronese pergola system, located in the high Marano and Negrar valleys. Aged 12 months in French oaks barrels and then 36 months in Slovenian oak casks.

BENEFITS

  • The highest expression, the Riserva, is aged longer, giving it more complexity and structure.
  • Only the best vintages are offered with limited production. The 2009 vintage was awarded 90 points by eRobertParker.com.

AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA CLASSICO DOCG

FEATURES

  • One of Veneto’s most famous wines, it has played a vital role in boosting the region’s status in the wine world.
  • Grown in the Valpolicella Classico region, grapes are selectively chosen for the appassimento process before fermentation, followed by 2-3 years of aging in Slavonian oak casks.

Benefits

  • Bolla Amarone has consistently delivered superior quality for the value. In 2015, the 2010 vintage received a silver medal at the Los Angeles International Wine Competition.
  • Wide recognition of Bolla as a trusted name in wine, one that is appreciated by wine consumers and critics alike.

CRESO ROSSO VERONA IGT

FEATURES

  • A ‘Super Veronese,’ Creso is a blend of Corvina and Cabernet. The grapes are harvested from the finest vineyards with limited yields. With the Corvina, Creso showcases the very best of the Veronese tradition, while the international varietal Cabernet, provides a strong backbone.
  • Born of a special process of re-fermentation with partially dried grapes, then aged in French barriques for a year, followed by 6 months of maturation in the bottle. Creso is neither a Rispasso nor an Amarone.

Benefits

  • A unique offering. As a Super Veronese, Creso is an intriguing addition to the US wine market. Its re-introduction comes at a time when the palate of the US wine consumer begins to favor more complex blended wines.
  • Creso is a powerful, sophisticated wine that can stand up to Amarones and Cabernets alike.

Tasting Notes

le-orginiLe Origini Riserva DOC: Deep garnet with a violet hue. Aromas of wild cherries, black fruit, vanilla with licorice with hints of cedar. Full-bodied and velvety, with ripe tannins and notes of plums, cocoa and spices.

 

amaroneAmarone della Valpolicella Classico DOC: Aromas of wild-cherry jam, spice and hints of cedar. It delivers rich, dry, black-cherry flavors and a finish that is long, round, and persistent with cacao and spice.

 

cresoCreso Rosso Verona IGT: Intense, dark, and deep ruby in color. The nose is ample, complex, elegant and fruity with notes of toasted wood. Grassy nuances of the Cabernet are evolving toward cocoa and wild berry with notes of cherry, spice, plum and violets. The wine is powerful and persistent with ripe berries, cocoa and plum, and offers sweet, silky and velvety tannins.

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