CELEBRATE SUMMER WITH OUR PROSECCO ROSÉ

CELEBRATE SUMMER WITH OUR PROSECCO ROSÉ

CELEBRATE SUMMER WITH OUR PROSECCO ROSÉ

Enjoy the long, warm days of summer with our best-selling, bubbly, and oh-so elegant, Sea Change Prosecco Rosé.

Produced in the Veneto region of Italy, Sea Change Prosecco Rosé combines all the best qualities of Prosecco with the sophistication of a rosé.

The refined blend of Prosecco’s core grape variety Glera with Pinot Noir makes Sea Change Prosecco Rosé perfect to enjoy on its own or accompanied with a variety of summer favourites.

DESTINATION SUMMER

Packed with delicate summer berry aromas and fine bubbles, Sea Change Prosecco Rosé  makes a perfect accompaniment for alfresco dining. It will complement fresh summer salads and seafood, it can be served with pasta or barbecue, and even chocolate or desserts make an excellent pairing.

Alternatively, a bottle (or bottles) of Sea Change Prosecco Rosé is ideal in a picnic setting.

ORIGIN

Sea Change Prosecco Rosé comes from Veneto, an Italian wine-producing region located in the northeast of Italy. The region is known for its Valpolicella, Soave, Pinot Grigio and Prosecco production.

Glera, also known as Prosecco’s core grape variety, is a green-skinned variety that has been growing for hundreds of years in the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia regions of Italy. It’s known as a semi-aromatic variety which leads to the wine being more fragrant, floral, and fruity.

 

HOW THE BUBBLES ARE MADE

What differentiates Prosecco and other sparkling wines, like Champagne, is how the bubbles are made. There are a variety of ways to get CO2 into a wine bottle. The most traditional technique is adding yeast and sugar to a still, dry wine before it’s sealed. As the yeast consumes the sugar it gives off CO2 as a by-product.

This method can add complexity, texture, and toast-like flavours as it ages, and is mostly used in Champagne production.

Even though the traditional way succeeds in creating the well-known Champagne bubbles, for Prosecco, a large tank is involved in the secondary fermentation process. This is sometimes known as the Charmat-Martinotti method, which is less expensive, requires less labour and is faster than the traditional method. It also stops rapid fermentation and retains the grape’s freshness and lovely aromas.

REFRESHING, ELEGANT AND GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

Sea Change Prosecco Rosé is not only elegant, balanced and made of subtle berry flavours, it’s also good for the environment.

Each glass you enjoy with your friends should taste even better knowing that you’re helping to fund grassroots, community-led marine conservation projects all around our shores and coasts by supporting our fantastic charity partners.

 


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