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Well let me share with you this; PINK is in! This dry (and I stress dry) rose Prosecco is even better than it's paler brother. Not only do you get the crisp yeasty bubbles you get with most dry Proseccos, but there's also a hint of berry. I'd be willing to bet on hints of both straw and rasp.
Accoring to the company's website:
I can't tell you much about the soft pressing or temperature, but I can tell you it would be the perfect accompiment to strawberries with marshmellow dip. Or chocolate. Or bathtime. Or breakfast. Too far?
*Prosecco is sparkling wine from Veneto (usually), Italy. It's Italy's answer to France's Champagne and Spain's Cava, and according to Wikipedia, is the main ingredient in a Bellini. Who knew there was a distinction between sparklers for that?