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Prospero takes its name from the protagonist of The Tempest; considered to be the last play that Shakespeare wrote alone. Prospero uses his skills as a sorcerer to ensure he gets back his rightful title, Duke of Milan. Storms and other machinations facilitate events to meet these ends. This is a delicious sparkling wine with apple, pear and raspberry flavours and soft refreshing bubbles, perfect for every day celebrations.
Best served chilled (6-9ºC)
Pale rose color, with a fine and constant bubble, pear and raspberry flavours that delight you taste buds, revealing a hint of seetness and plenty of refreshing fizz.
A treat to drink on its own or with just about anything from pasta salad to cheesecake.
A production technique, often referred to as Charmat Method is used. The wine undergoes a traditional primary fermentation, before yeast and sugar are added to the wine in pressurised tanks, where a second fermentation takes place. The closed tanks trap the natural bi-product of fermentation; carbon dioxide, which dissolves into the wine, to create the bubbles. The wine is then bottled to ensure a fresh and aromatic product.
2020 Berliner Wein Trophy: Prospero Sec
2021 Mundus Vini: Prospero Sec