Produced from Pinot Noir and Reichensteiner in the traditional method, an off-dry sparkling rosé with blushing damask rose tones which come to life thanks to the inexhaustible stream of bubbles. The palate conjures up sweet summer fruit, think
strawberry, raspberry & pear, with a half-squeeze of lemon.
Pinot Noir, is one of the primary varieties used in sparkling wine production. It prefers a cooler climate and needs to remain on the vine long enough to capture the aromatics and fruit flavours.
Reichensteiner was bred in Germany in 1939, it is mainly grown in Germany, England and New Zealand.