• Prosecco Rosé will land in U.S. by Christmas 2020. Category approved by Italy's National Wine Committee

    9 days ago - By Do Bianchi

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    On Wednesday of this week, Italy's National Wine Committee gave Prosecco DOC producers the green light to begin making Prosecco Rosé.
    The wines will be made using a minimum of 85 percent Glera and 10-15 percent Pinot Noir vinified on its skins according to a post published yesterday on the Prosecco DOC Consortium website. A minimum of 60 days lees aging will be required after the second fermentation. Up to 17 grams residual sugar will be allowed. The grapes used for the wines, including the Pinot Noir, must be sourced from within the appellation.
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