Terroir: Grapes are grown in the hilly area, southeast of Lake Garda in the Bardolino zone, Italy. The soil is rocky and morainic.
Vinification: Hand-harvested grapes undergo temperature-controlled maceration to preserve as much fruit freshness and typical varietal character as possible. After fermentation, the wine undergoes a partial malolactic fermentation for smoothness and is then stored in temperature-controlled stainless steel to preserve its fruit aroma and crispness.
Ruby red in color with hints of garnet. Bolla Pinot Noir is well-balanced and fruit forward, with black cherry and raspberry flavors. Harmonious taste, with elegant fruity notes on the finish and velvety fine tannins.
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