Many producers in Italy have been making sparkling rosé for years, but until recently, they have not been able to label it “Prosecco.” Regulations introduced in 2020 allowed producers to start blending the Glera grape with up to 10-15% Pinot Noir to make Prosecco Rosé. 90+ Cellars introduced Lot 197 within months of the regulations passing.
Made from Glera and Pinot Noir, this extra dry Prosecco Rosé is effervescent and lively. A secondary fermentation in steel tanks produces long lasting bubbles with ripe red fruits and citrus.
We love the Rose Prosecco. Inexpensive, delicious and easy to drink. I keep two chilled at all times. I used to buy Kirkland Prosecco at Costco but this is much better and a case is very affordable.
It’s a summer, well, actually year round favorite of ours. Both the Rose and the regular Prosecco’s are amazing! We buy both by the case! Our family has strong Italian heritage and these Processco’s are loved by our entire family!
Thoroughly enjoyed this - just the right amount of fruit and very dry with small bubbles. Yum!
awesome, highly recommended
My favorite Prosecco at an amazing price!
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