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Prospero Frizzante Rosé
Prospero takes its name from the protagonist character in The Tempest; considered to be one of the main plays by William Shakespeare. Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, uses his skills as a sorcerer to get back his title. Storms and other machinations facilitate events to meet these ends.
Let yourself be seduced by the frizzante wines: refreshing and light. Fine bubbles make it easy to drink on its own, with friends or with food!
The area of Castilla-La Mancha, located in the central plateau of the Iberian Peninsula, is the world’s largest vineyard. Varietal wines, grape juice and sangrias are produced in this vast wine region. Airen and Tempranillo are the most typical grapes from this area.
A perfect balance of alcohol, acidity and sweetness is achieved though natural fermentation, resulting in strawberry and red fruit flavours, as well as a sweet and refreshing character, with a light fizz and low alcohol content.
It is the perfect accompaniment to any aperitive or light dinner.
The Tempranillo grapes are harvested at dawn in early October. Cool night temperatures allow the grapes to retain their wonderful aromatic nature. Partially-fermented grape must in isobaric tanks where fine bubbles are naturally formed. When the wine-must come to 5.5 degrees of alcohol, it stops the fermentation.