Marsuret - Prosecco Rosé Brut

Marsuret - Prosecco Rosé Brut

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Marsuret
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Marsuret is traditionally a family business and Prosecco producer in the Valdobbiadene area, with great respect for tradition and nature. The history begins when grandfather Agostino, in between the 2 world wars, buys a vineyard in Val de Cune (Guia di Valdobbiadene) and starts producing sparkling wine with natural fermentation in the bottle. Since 1980, the domain has been owned by the brothers Ermes and Walter Marsura. Under their impulse, production techniques have improved so much that they (can) offer top quality that meets the strict requirements of the most discerning consumer. Marsuret wants to preserve as much as possible the personal character and the typical taste of each grape variety and of the terroir.

As soon as sparkling wines are on the table, the big party starts with our vinologists. Because what could be more festive than a great glass of bubbly? Well, a glass of Marsuret Rosé. The high-quality Prosecco wine will undoubtedly bring a smile to your face. The smell alone is reason to celebrate. We discovered fresh raspberries, dark cherries and exuberant strawberries. A hint of citrus emphasizes the freshness of this Marsuret Prosecco. The taste is dry and flawless. The mousse of this Marsuret Rosé feels like velvet on the tongue.

A refined brut with a seductive soft pink color. This sparkling wine has an intense aroma and a complex, aromatic and lively bouquet. Young, with full aromas of berries and ripe fruit. The taste is elegant, velvety, with good body and subtle lingering bubbles
 

Colour salmon pink
Aroma This sparkling wine has an intense fragrance and a complex, aromatic and lively bouquet
Flavour The taste is elegant, velvety, with good body and subtle lingering bubbles.
Serve with Ideal as an aperitif and at the BBQ.
Serving Temperature 6-8℃
Country, Region Italy, Veneto
Grape Glera (85%), Pinot Noir (15%)