Amorino Pink Italian Sparkling

Rated 3.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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Jam-packed with ripe strawberry flavours – fruity flamboyance in a flute!

Overflowing with incredible aromas and flavours of ripe juicy strawberries and raspberries, not sweet, not cloying, just very fruity. Refreshing on the finish- delicious!

Bottle size 750ml.

Read our ‘get your beak in’ blog about Amorino.

Prosecco Vignarosa

Vignarosa -the pink house in Italian, named with a nod to the winery buildings which remain pink to this day; is situated in Colle Umberto in Treviso, an area renowned for Prosecco production. Vignarosa produces relatively small amounts of prosecco and sparkling wine and focuses on quality rather than quantity; blending traditional wine making techniques, with progressive new technologies. (The winemaker is on the right)

  • Blend: Cabernet, Merlot and Raboso.
  • ABV: 11%.
  • Bottle size 750ml.
  • Dosage: 9g/l.
  • Marinotti-Charmat method is used and Amorino matures in the tank for a minimum of 30 days.

 

1 review for Amorino Pink Italian Sparkling

  1. Rated 3 out of 5

    Helen Stones

    So this little number arrived just as I was about leave for the US so decided to wait till my return some days later. 24hrs after returning home and still somewhat jet-lagged from having been at a beer conference for 4 days I was looking forward to a pallet cleanser…here is my review.
    “Jam-packed with ripe strawberry flavours” Well it certainly it lived up to that. On receiving this delightful Summer in a bottle, it was left to chill, for some time. In look it is clean, clear and a vibrant pink in colour so much so that it shouted out “Sweet” to us.
    The aroma, as you’d expect was clean and light yet very fruity. The moment you tried it, it was like a mini explosion of a summer pudding – full of flavour and the first round of bubbles intensified it even more.
    The first glass was “lush”, after that, we (my husband and I) found it all a bit much. Feel this is more of a desert fizz which would go well with a blue cheese, to cut through the sweetness, having already indulged in a summer fruit pavlova of course.
    More info on the reverse label I think would help guide drinkers as to how this can be enjoyed more…
    I can see a number of people enjoying this during the summer months – this seasons “pink” on the fizz catwalk! Reviewed by Joanna Perry

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