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Pink Prosecco this is not! Although it shares a region and a production method with this mythical style, the Bollicine Rosé from Serafini & Vidotto is so much more. It has a delicate fruitiness, a creamy mouthful and zippy freshness that make it the perfect start to any occasion. Read More
Pink Prosecco this is not! Although it shares a region and a production method with this mythical style, the Bollicine Rosé from Serafini & Vidotto is so much more. It has a delicate fruitiness, a creamy mouthful and zippy freshness that make it the perfect start to any occasion.
Made from 90% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Noir, the light pink colour comes from the delicate pressing of the Pinot Noir grapes which transmit the light salmon-like hue. The Pinot Noir wine spends 2 months in barrel after fermentation which softens the texture and adds some body. Paired with the bright and fruity Chardonnay, the resulting Bollicine (meaning little bubbles) is a delectable drop, singing with summertime flavours.
Aromas of blackcurrant, wild strawberry and pomegranate on the nose, with a floral note. The palate is surprisingly round with a smooth and creamy mousse, with the red fruit character coming through clearly. Notes of firm raspberry, dried rose petal and strawberries on the palate with a citrussy zing and lovely fruity finish that is dry and velvety.
Perfect as an aperitif but also with cured meats and shellfish, this is a bottle that you need in an ice bucket when you have your friends over in summer. Your BBQ will be made all the better for it, it’s a classy bottle with a classy complexion.
Serafini & Vidotto is a winery set up by two schoolfriends in the late 80s, at a time when there wasn’t too much excitement in the wines of Veneto. Serafini & Vidotto continue to push the boundaries with their combination of bold, international blends, and native, indigenous varieties. Part of the Vino Libero movement, Serafini & Vidotto work as naturally as possible, with organic and sustainable practices at the heart of their production.
Founded by schoolfriends Franco Serafini and Antonello Vidotto in 1986, the Serafini and Vidotto winery in Veneto produce a combination of the native and indigenous wines and the powerful and seductive wines. The grounds of a 16th Century Abbey are where the vineyards of the winery are situated and it is this abbey that gives its name to Serafini & Vidotto’s most impressive wine, Il Rosso dell’Abazia (The Red from the Abbey).
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