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Prosecco Rosé DOC

Prosecco Rosé is on the way

The Consorzio Prosecco DOC has finally announced the production of the new Prosecco DOC Rosé Millesimato


Technical facts:

  • Glera and Pinot Noir are the only permitted grape varieties with 10-15% Pinot Noir allowed
  • Maximum yields: 18 tonnes/ha for Glera and 13.5 tonnes/ha for Pinot Noir
  • The fizz can only be produced in two styles: Brut Nature and Extra Dry
  • The wine must be made using the Martinotti/Charmat method and spend a minimum of 60 days undergoing secondary fermentation in a pressurised tank
  • A minimum of 85% of the fruit must come from the stated vintage

Fancy more info?
Take a look at the website of the Consorzio here below:


The new ones in our portfolio:

Prosecco Rosé I Fossili
Prosecco Rosé Masottina
Prosecco Rosé Cabert