Sparkling wine is the classic drink for New Year's Eve or for festive occasions. It is also a popular drink at breakfast. In addition to Champagne Rosé there is also sparkling wine in the Rosé variant. For its production, processes such as pressing, maceration or, as with Rosé Champagne, the "Saignée" method are used.
In the case of sparkling wine, the carbonic acid, in comparison to Frizzante, is always produced by a second fermentation. This takes place either in a steel tank or in the bottle, where the carbon dioxide is incorporated and the bouquet can fully develop in the nose.
The color variations of a rosé sparkling wine range from a pale salmon pink to strong rosé tones. They also have a lot to offer in terms of taste. Aromas of delicate fruits, almonds, cherries, wild berries or strawberries are waiting to be discovered.
A good rosé sparkling wine captivates with its fruity freshness with the typical berry notes in the foreground. Have fun browsing and tasting! Cheers.