Aroma: A pretty spring-pink color compliments the fragrance of strawberries, rhubarb, kiwi, and lime peel.
Taste: Lovely strings of tiny bubbles and flavors of cranberry or pomegranate; tart and refreshing. The sugar counterbalances the sharp fruit, and the finish is ever so slightly bitter and savory.
Pairing: A perfect Sunday brunch rose prosecco as well as a good aperitif sparkler or partner for crispy, slightly salty snacks.
Additional Notes: The Glera was pressed directly into temperature controlled tank, while the Pinot was pressed and briefly macerated, cold, to extract color. The musts were blended and inoculated for the second, tank fermentation, which was halted by chilling at 12 g/L residual sugar. The wine aged for two months on lees before bottling.
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