5 Italian Rosé Sparkling Wines

24th August 2021

Italian Rosé

Its bottles open and away we go…

Welcome to the Italian Rosé Line Up, showcasing some award-winning rosé’s from Italy, each has their own character, each unique in its own way, but one thing does combine them all, they all want to be popped open and enjoyed, so let’s get into it.

1 Maso Martis

The story of Maso Martis began in 1990, a few years before the birth of their two daughters Alessandra and Maddalena, when they bought their farm, they started producing their Sparkling Wine before the TrentoDOC brand had really taken off.

They live in a house located in the heart of their vineyards, and for over 30 years the family has been putting their love and passion into making their Sparkling Wines, with 6 bottles to choose from, your sure to find one that you like.

Maso Martis – Rosé Extra Brut 2016 Tasting Notes

Aromas – “👃Toasty, herbal and red berries on the aroma.”

Flavours – “👅Floral notes and creamy red fruits on the palate..”

This Italian Sparkling Wine Won a Silver Medal in the Spring Fling Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2020.

2 Pisoni

Pisoni started back in 1852, their vineyards are located in Valle die Laghi in the Italian province of Trentino, which is where the UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, the Brenta Dolomites meets the northern part of Lake Garda. They have a long family history of traditions at Pisoni.

They offer wine tours and guided tours, along with organised events that take place every season such as harvesting, wine tastings and wine workshops. They also have their Sarica Wine Bar which can seat 80 people and is perfect for events, banquets, or just popping in for a glass of bubbly.

When it comes to nature, Pisoni makes sure they protect it, they believe that “nothing is accomplished by force” which is why they apply the principles of biodynamics which is connected to the lunar calendar and they also use organic products.

Pisoni – Rosé Millesimato Trentodoc – Tasting Notes

Aroma – “👃Ripe strawberries, strawberry jam and floral on the aroma.”

Flavour – “👅Pink floral, citrus, minerals and red berry fruits on the palate.”

This Italian Sparkling Wine Won the Trophy in the Summer Days Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2020.

3 Cantine Vitevis

When 3 Cantine Sociali wineries from the Province of Vicenza came together on the 1st of July 2015, Cantine Vitevis was officially born, the cooperative has now more than 2,200 hectares of vineyards, with an annual production of 36 million kilos of grapes and 50.000 tons of wine produced every year.

Cantine Vitevis – Juliet Rosé – Tasting Notes

Aroma – “👃A wonderful expression of ripe fruits from peach, strawberries red apples and raspberries on the aroma with a subtle hint of garden foliage.”

Flavour – “👅A refreshing array of garden foliage fresh tomatoes, hints of peach and blossom notes on the palate.”

This Italian Sparkling Wine Won a Gold Medal in the First Date Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2020.

4 Villa Franciacorta

Villa Franciacorta is a small medieval village dating back to the 15th century, it’s located in Monticelli Brusati. The Bianchi family owns the brand and has always produced their wines exclusively with grapes from their 37 hectares of vineyards and then the sparkling wines get aged in their cellar that can rest more than 1,000,000 bottles.

Villa Franciacorta – Bokè Franciacorta Rosé 2014 – Tasting Notes

Aroma – “👃Vegetable, earthy, orange blossom and yeasty aromas.”

Flavour – “👅Citrus, peach, yeasty and pastry on the palate.”

This Italian Sparkling Wine Won a Silver Medal in the First Date Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2020.


VIN.CO is made in Abruzzo, Italy, their goal is to bottle 5% of the total sparkling wines produced in Abruzzo in less than 5 years. I have enjoyed creating cocktails with VIN.CO’s Sparkling Wines, like this Christmas one: How To Make A Sparkling Snowball Cocktail and this Halloween one: 7 Nights of Horror – Night 1 – Saw

VIN.CO – Abruzzo Spumante DOP Rosé Brut – Tasting Notes

Aroma – “👃Peach, pink floral and herbaceous on the aroma.”

Flavour – “👅Peach and orange blossom on the flavour.”

This Italian Sparkling Wine Won a Gold Medal in the First Date Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2020.

Oliver Walkey

Champagne and Sparkling Wine Writer, Focused on Bringing the Exciting and Fascinating World of Bubbly to You.