Rosé All Day Prosecco Rosé

Rosé All Day Prosecco Rosé
Rosé All Day Prosecco Rosé.

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.

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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.

For distributor and wholesale pricing, visit radwineproject.com.

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