In recent years, rosé consumption has gone through the roof. Prosecco, Italy’s leading sparkling wine, has also become a fan favorite. Despite their popularity, a “Prosecco Rosé” has never been produced…until now.
Weed Cellars is among the earliest U.S. brands to bring Prosecco Rosé stateside. Just last year, the Italian government approved Prosecco Rosé as an official wine category. A wine must comply with strict regulations to be labeled as Prosecco Rosé. At least 85% of it must be made from the grape, Glera, and it must undergo an extended second fermentation.
Weed Cellars Prosecco Rosé is made up of 87% Glera and 13% Pinot Noir. Our wine has undergone a lengthy 60-day second fermentation in stainless steel, enabling the wine to develop a rich texture while retaining its fresh fruit notes.
Look out for Weed Cellars Prosecco Rosé at your favorite grocery and liquor stores, starting this June.