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A DELICIOUS MATCH THIS VALENTINE’S
Delicate rose in color with hints of pomegranate, the wine is extremely fresh and aromatic with notes of rose and pomegranate on the nose.
On the palate, it’s silky and full-bodied with gorgeous balance between its fruit and floral notes.
VENETO, LAND OF PROSECCO
Veneto is a renowned Northeastern Italian region, known for the quality of fine wines produced there.
The hillside vineyards are ideal for the production of fresh, fruit-driven Prosecco, today the world’s most popular bubbly.
La Gioiosa in Italian means
EXPLORE LA GIOIOSA WINES
La Gioiosa Prosecco Rosé is a new Italian sparkling wine from the land of Italian bubbles in northeastern Italy. Using vines grown in the same region where classic Prosecco is produced, Prosecco Rosé is made by co-fermenting Glera grapes (the variety used in classic Prosecco) together with Pinot Noir (known as Pinot Nero in Italy).
With the signature freshness that La Gioiosa’s wines are known for, the winery’s Prosecco Rosé delivers delicate notes of tropical fruit on the nose followed by rich ripe red fruit flavors on the palate with gentle but persistent bubbles.
YES! The production of Prosecco Rosé was approved by the Prosecco DOC consortium in May of 2020. Wine enthusiasts across the world have been waiting for Prosecco DOC Rosé for quite a while. Now sparkling rosé lovers can enjoy the classic freshness and floral and fruity notes of Prosecco combined with the rose hue and red fruit notes imparted by the Pinot Noir.
La Gioiosa Prosecco Rosé is excellent as an aperitif. Ideal with finger foods and Mediterranean first courses.
It pairs well with everyday celebration!
DOC means Designation of Controlled Origin in Italian (an abbreviation for Denominazione di Origine Controllata). Wines with DOC status must be made from grapes grown in the official DOC area and they must be produced in the traditional style of the appellation. It also guarantees the wine’s quality, which must be approved by a government tasting committee.
Millesimato means vintage-dated in Italian. In other words, the grapes from a millesimato wine were all picked in the same harvest.
Yes. La Gioiosa is vegan-friendly and it uses no animal-based products in the production of its Prosecco Rosé.