Hurlo Rosso Veneto IGP 2009 75 cl Garbole
Hurlo di Garbole, a powerful, full-bodied red wine, majestic backbone of the company's philosophy, is born in Valpolicella from Corvina grapes and ages at least 60 months in new oak barrels. It releases fruity and caramelized notes accompanied by delicate hints of vanilla, cocoa and coffee.
Hurlo di Garbole is the company's flagship wine and represents the highest expression of the Garbole philosophy.
A majestic red wine, unique of its kind for its organoleptic characteristics, it is considered one of the most interesting Venetian and Italian red wines in the Italian wine scene.
On the hills of the municipality of Tregnago, in the province of Verona, the Corvina grape, queen of the Valpolicella grapes, and 4 other native Veronese grapes are grown, which together give rise to a rich, full-bodied, concentrated and sweet wine.
The Hurlo is produced, in a limited edition, only in the most suitable years. Each single bottle is numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
The entirely manual harvest carried out from mid-September lasts for about 35 - 40 days and is carried out several times according to the degree of ripeness of the grapes and with the maximum selection of the best bunches. The grapes are put to rest, in small boxes of about 4 - 5 kg each, and placed in the loft, where they will remain for a period of about 120 - 130 days of drying.
Aged in new oak barrels for at least 60 months, the Hurlo di Garbole has an intense ruby red color, impenetrable with hints of plum, cherry, black cherry jam and almond, all well blended with a pleasant balsamic vein and a note of fresh mint , which with hints of vanilla, coffee and chocolate, licorice give the wine olfactory complexity.
Full-bodied wine, powerful, enveloping, soft, and savory with a great taste-olfactory persistence, characterized by a good degree of acidity that gives it the right degree of freshness.
- Rosso Veneto IGP
Italy - Veneto
- Alcohol content
- Between 13.5-15.9%
- Grape Types
- Wood - Over 48 months
- Aging - Maturity
- 60 months in new oak barrels
- Service temperature
- Food-wine Pairing
- Aged cheese
Red meat stew
Roasted and grilled meat
- With packaging