Often referred to as our "Pink Prosecco", this easy drinking Grand Rosé Extra Dry sparkling wine sits equally well for a toast, or to enjoy throughout your entire meal. Made using the same Charmat method as our award winning Prosecco, our Grand Rosé is made with a blend of white and red grapes carefully selected to ensure consistency of colour, flavour and aroma. These grapes are sourced from some of the very best Italian vineyards owned and managed by vintners who have been growing the highest quality product using traditional methods, for decades.
Our Grand Rosé is made using grapes from the Veneto region of North Eastern Italy, thereby ensuring this pink sparkler is of the highest possible quality and surely one of the best available within its price point. It is pale pink in colour, elegant with hints of fresh ripe summer fruits, floral rose aromas and has a delicate sweetness.
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FAQs - (Click On The Question To Reveal The Answer)
Q Where exactly is this wine from?
A Our Grand Rosé Vino Spumante is made using a combination of red and white grapes carefully selected from Veneto, Italy.
Q What temperature should this wine be served at?
A Serve this wine chilled (7-10°C) to ensure that you get the best characteristics out of the wine.
Q How long will this wine last once it’s opened?
A Once opened, sparkling wine should be consumed within 24 hours.
Q How should I store this wine?
A Always store wines sealed with a cork on their side to ensure that the wine inside the bottle remains in contact with the cork, keeping it moist. Keep all wines away from bright light (both natural or artificial) and keep at a cool and constant temperature, ideally between 10-15°C.
Q Should I decant this wine?
A You can serve our Grand Rosé straight from the bottle into flutes, but any wine can be decanted. The reason for decanting is to aerate the wine, decanting can help a younger vintage open up, calm down the effervescence and let the aromas develop.