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Prosecco Rosé

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Tucked away in the lush, rolling hills of northern Italy lies this family run winery with a passion for producing organic wines such as this  organic Prosecco Rose DOC. No mass market, bland bottling … this is the real deal, Italy in a glass. The vines are checked daily to avoid chemical intervention and the vineyard is a haven of biodiversity.

FLAVOUR PROFILE

A refreshingly light, not too dry deliciously fruity sparkling wine with hints of red berries.

GREAT WITH

There are no rules but we love this chilled as an aperitif or served with brunch or a light lunch!

ALLERGEN INFORMATION

Contains Sulphar dioxide / sulphites

DIETARY INFORMATION

Suitable for vegans and vegetarians

ABOUT THE WINEMAKER

Wine maker tasting white wine

What Massimo doesn’t know about Prosecco isn’t worth knowing. He began working in the Veneto region 20 years ago as a young graduate, building his knowledge of sparkling wine production at some of the region’s leading wineries. His passion for organic wine grew with his experience, and with it a mission to make authentic Prosecco. Most days, Massimo is still to be found in the vineyards, ensuring the grapes reach their quality peak.

What Massimo doesn’t know about Prosecco isn’t worth knowing

FAQs about Prosecco

How long does Prosecco last once opened?

Best drunk within a few hours of opening, if sealed properly, the bottle will keep for up to 48 hours once opened.

How many glasses in a bottle of Prosecco?

You can aim for six regular glasses from one bottle, depending on the size of the glass.

How do you open a bottle of Prosecco?

First, remove the outer foil then, keeping your thumb over the cork, remove the wire cage. Holding the cork firmly, twist the bottle until you feel the pressure rise. Pop the cork gently and pour.

Where was Prosecco invented?

Prosecco comes from the Veneto region of northern Italy, close to Venice.

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