La Grola Allegrini
The red wine La Grola of the Allegrini winery, which is a prestigious wine company located in Veneto, is produced with 80% of Corvina and Corvinone, 10% Oseleta and 10% Syrah grapes. The vines are located in Sant’Ambrogio di Valpolicella in the “La Grola” estate which is extended for 30 hectares and where the vines were positioned between 1979 and 1998. The estate achieves the 310 meters above the sea level and it has a South-west exposition which guarantees sun during the year. The ground is mostly clay and calcareous, rich of sand and poor of organic substances. The vines are cultivated in a bilateral Guyot method on an average vines age of 25 years.
Characteristics of the red wine La Grola
The proof of the Grola of the Allegrini winery is 13,74% and the absolute acidity is 5,4 grams per liter. The remaining sugars are 2,9 grams per liter and the dry extract is 32,1 g/l. The whole acidity index is 3,43 Ph. The main characteristics concern the acidity of the Corvina and the spicy and softness of the Syrah. The wise blend gives a red wine very elegant and harmonic, refined and able to age for at least ten years.
Suggested matches with La Grola wine
La Grola of the Allegrini winery is good to be matched with red meats both roasted than in humid especially the lamb and the kid. It is delicious with stuffed or grilled mushrooms and with aged but not spicy cheeses. It is suggested to serve it at 16°-18° C. in wide wine glasses such as the Ballon with a short settling time of 1 hour.