The latest addition to the Setteanime estate, Prosecco Doc Rosé has a recent history. It is only since 2020 that the Prosecco appellation and its consortium of winemakers can produce rosé. A blend of Glera and Pinot Noir, it is produced like its two brothers on the estate using the Charmat-Martinotti method, which consists of a closed-tank fermentation.
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Color : Pale pink.
Nose : Notes of roses and peaches.
Mouth : The bubble is creamy, a round prosecco in the mouth. Fruity finish.
Alcohol level : 11%
Winemaking : Separate vinification for each variety. The second fermentation takes place in closed tanks under pressure, unlike champagne which takes place in the bottle.
Food pairing : Aperitif, salmon and citrus tartar, sautéed octopus.
Aging potential : 2 to 3 years
12,90 CHF tax incl.
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