There are multiple specifications to meet in order to obtain the name “Prosecco DOC Rosé”. For example, Glera and Pinot Nero are the only permitted grape varieties, and as for the Pinot Nero just 10 to 15% is allowed. The colour should be pink, more or less intense, shining, and with a persistent foam. The fizz can only be produced in two styles: Brut Nature and Extra Dry. Also, the label will have to include the word “Millesimato”.

Prosecco DOC Rosé Brut Millesimato by Villa Sandi is composed of Glera and Pinot Nero produced in the north-eastern regions of Italy (Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia).

The vinification of this fizzy wine is quite a long process. The whole white grapes are introduced into the pneumatic press, and the must obtained from their soft pressing, after a first decanting, is placed in the temperature-controlled tanks where it remains until its use for the production of the Prosecco; the red grapes are sent to the winemakers after crushing, to undergo a light maceration at a temperature of 22 to 23°C so that there is an extraction of colour and few tannins while enhancing the aromas.

Prosecco DOC Rosé by Villa Sandi reveals an elegant pink colour with coppery reflections. Its aromatic freshness offers a bouquet of red fruits and floral scents among which notes of pomegranate and rose stand out. On the palate it is silky and full, with a pleasant balance. Best to serve this wine at 8-10°C.

Prosecco is normally a wine that is often paired with aperitifs, first courses and fish dishes. With this new Prosecco Rosé by Villa Sandi, you will be able to experiment new combinations such as white meat dishes, or even light red meat dishes.

Get your bottle of this wonderful Prosecco Rosé by Villa Sandi now and make your holidays a little more colourful!

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