PROSECCO TREVISO DOC Rosè

GRAPE:85% Glera – 15% Pinot Noir

CITY: Conegliano

SOIL: Limestone – Clay 
COLOR: Pale pink color with onion peel highlights

PERLAGE: persistent, with thin elegant bubbles
NOSE: Intense and fruity, with notes of strawberries and
pomegranate.
TASTE: Dry, medium bodied, good acidity with a long pleasant
finish

Tech Sheet


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Prosecco Rosé was born on October 15th 2020 when the Italian
Government officially announced the release of this new DOC wine (new appellation, new wine).
Before that date any sparkling rosé wine unproperly called Prosecco was just a fraud. By definition
of the law, Prosecco Rosé can only be produced in Veneto and Friuli Region of Italy and by using a
minimum of 85% Glera grape (the official grape of regular white Prosecco), blended with Pinot Noir.
No other red grapes are allowed in the production of Prosecco Rosé.
After the harvest Glera and Pinot Noir grapes are de-stemmed, soft pressed and fermented separately
in stainless steel temperature-controlled tanks. After the fermentation the two wines are blended to
create a rosé wine and it is left for few days at about 39° F. to “marry”. At this point the Prosecco
wine is transferred into special steel vats where sugar and selected yeast are added to start the
secondary fermentation. After 15/20 days the Prosecco becomes sparkling and it is ready to be
bottled.
Prosecco is a friendly wine good for any occasions: to welcome friends at home, to stimulate the
appetite before lunch or dinner or just to entertain friends on the side of the swimming pool ! This
wine is a good companion to appetizer, poultry, seafood and cheese. Best served chilled, 50° F.