From small family business to top producer
Bolla is the name of a family that, in the Verona area, has made the production of top Italian wines its vocation. The Bolla family is proud to have acquired their first wine cellar 125 years ago. The demand for their high quality wines has been growing steadily and so the family business developed into one of the most successful Italian wineries. Over a total of no less than four generations the heritage and the passion for wine has been passed on. Today the company is in the hands of the "Gruppo Italiano Vini", under the management of the winemaker Christian Scrinzi. He guards the values and philosophy of the family and produces white, red and sweet wines of the highest quality. Bolla was one of the first wineries to receive the "UNI EN ISO 29002" certificate, from the prestigious Scandinavian company Det Norske Veritas.
Everything from palatable to sparkling
In the hilly wine region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Bolla has several sites where a wide variety of grape varieties are cultivated. The relatively mild climate that prevails here is characterized on the one hand by Mediterranean influences and on the other by alpine currents. In the north, the mountain range offers protection from too cold winds and thus favors an ideal ripening of the grapes. In the region you can find soils of limestone, clay and silt, which are mineral and particularly poor in nutrients. They are the ideal conditions for the growth of excellent grape varieties. Among the main grape varieties are Sauvignon, Corvina, Rondinella, but also the white varieties Garganega and Trebbiano. Besides world-famous, palatable red and white wines, the winery also produces sparkling Prosecco.
Born in white wine center
Bolla has developed from a small traditional winery into one of the most renowned wineries in Italy. The white wine center of Italy has been chosen for this path: Friuli Venezia Giulia. This is where the white wines of various vintages typical of the region are produced, such as the 2012 Soave Superiore Tufaie and the Bolla Soave Classico 2016, but also the tasty red wines, such as the spicy and strong 2012 Bardolino, can easily keep up with the white wines. The grapes are harvested by hand by numerous grape growers from the region. Special methods of grape cultivation and a refined vinification technique crown the highly professional approach of Bolla.
More information about Bolla
|Street:||Viale Alberto Bolla 3|
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|Telephone:||+39 045 683 6555|
|Company Group:||Gruppo Italiano Vini|