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Prosecco DOC Rosé debuts in Singapore

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In Singapore, on August 31, 2021, Italy formally launched Prosecco DOC Rosé, formally marking the glowing wine’s presence in Singapore and Southeast Asia. 

Prosecco is understood for its uncomplicated, gentle, easy, and fruit flavours and is popularly wanted as a wine to be paired with meals and a base for a lot of wine cocktails. Extremely versatile, it’s superb as an aperitif for events, occasions, and nights out due to its glowing and bubbly qualities. 

The Prosecco Managed Designation of Origin — Denominazione di Origin Controllata (DOC) in Italian — originated on July 17, 2009, is a union of winemakers and bottlers of 9 provinces between the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia areas, making it unique to the area of Northeastern Italy. 

DOC is actually a authorized high quality class established with the aim of figuring out and rewarding Italy’s nice wines. The DOC system was launched in 1963 after which overhauled in 1992 to match the brand new European Union regulation on Protected Designation of Origin.

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Prosecco is a superb straw yellow or pink wine with floral and fruity aromas. Contemporary and stylish on the palate with average alcoholic power. The Prosecco DOC Rosé is pale pink with elegant aromas of white flowers and fruity notes of pink fruit corresponding to strawberry, raspberry, and smells of inexperienced apple. 

Every Prosecco bottle is recognized by the official authorities seal on every bottle to ensure authenticity and high quality and is just bottled and offered in glass bottles, by no means tapped or canned. 

The everyday mouthfeel is vivid and energetic acidity that imparts freshness, with a mushy and refined construction. 

There are 4 totally different variations of flavours of the Rosé: 

  1. Brut Nature: No sugar dosage, mouthfeel is characterised by the depth of gustatory notes.
  2. Further Brut: Restricted sugar residue, with acidic notes
  3. Brut: Pairs effectively with any kind of delicacies
  4. Further Dry: Perfect as an aperitif and with dishes of delicate flavours

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