Mionetto Launches Prosecco Rosé DOC

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On Thursday, March 4th, Worthy Magazine had the chance to taste delectable bites by Cecconi’s executive chef Massimiliano Eandi and listened to some amazing information about the refreshing and sparkling Mionetto Rosé from Freixnet.

USA CEO Enore Ceola was a delight and walked us through a delicious three course dinner which included Branzino and Tiramisu as a sweet. The sparkling wine pairs perfectly with these delights and is the perfect spring or summer rosé. Definitely Worthy Approved!”

Following the approval of Prosecco Rosé DOC production by the Prosecco DOC Consortium in May 2020, the Mionetto team, led by winemaker Alessio del Savio, immediately began blending trials, taste testing, and finally, production. The result is a fresh, balanced, and lively Prosecco Rosé that both satisfies the DOC requirements and will exceed consumer expectations.“Mionetto Prosecco Rosé DOC has all the hallmarks of a Mionetto Prosecco – it’s fresh, fruity, and above all, impeccably balanced,” says Alessio del Savio, Winemaker of Mionetto.

A blend of 90% Glera and 10% Pinot Nero, the grapes undergo soft pressing and are left to macerate with the skins for several days, imparting a pink peach blossom color. “The final wine is redolent of red berries, grapefruit, and honey. It’s incredibly easy to delight in, and we can’t wait to share it with the world.” Founded in 1887 by Francesco Mionetto in Valdobbiadene, the heart of the Prosecco region, Mionetto is a producer steeped in Italian heritage that has consistently worked to advance the quality and prevalence of Prosecco in the U.S. and worldwide.

The bottle retails at around $15. Make sure to follow them on Instagram at @mionettoproseccousa.

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