Rosé All Day has announced its newest sip, Rosé All Day Prosecco Rosé.
Rosé All Day Prosecco Rosé is a D.O.C.-designated wine featuring a pink color with a “persistent, creamy effervescence,” the company reports. The flavor is fruity with a bouquet of white flowers alongside hints of red fruits.
The new launch is a blend of 90% glera and 10% pinot noir grapes. It is produced in Venezia, Italy.
Rosé All Day Prosecco Rosé is available for a suggested retail price of $14.99 per 750-ml. bottle. The wine is produced and imported by Biagio Cru Wines & Spirits, and will roll out nationwide this spring, starting in April.
“Rosé has proven to be a year-round wine with strong staying power, well beyond a passing trend,” says Darren Restivo, principal of Biagio Cru Wines & Spirits. “This new launch marries two beloved categories, rosé and prosecco, for a high-quality, pleasantly refreshing wine.”
The Rosé All Day brand is already available in several styles and formats, including the original Rosé All Day Grenache in 750-ml. bottles ($12.99) or 4-pack of cans, both sparkling and still ($14.99). Last year, the brand launched Rosé All Day Spritz in 750-ml. bottles ($9.99) and 4-pack cans ($13.99).
Soon to launch from the brand is a 3-L bag-in-box of Rosé All Day Grenache and Rosé All Day Watermelon Spritz.
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