CheeseWorks with Rosé Prosecco

24th March 2023

CheeseWorks with Rosé Prosecco

We all know that Prosecco and Cheese is a wonderful pairing, so why not jump into the world of Rosé Prosecco and Cheese, gifting the tasting experience a subtle touch of red berries and pink blossom.

To find the answer to the question does CheeseWork with Rosé Prosecco? We’re going to have to dive in and experiment, with help from CheeseWorks and Monetlvini.

Rosé Prosecco – Montelvini

Montelvini has been around for more than 140 years, owned by the Serena family, the current owner, Armando Serena has been President of Montelvini since 1968, located in a small region in Montello, Italy. The Serena family has dedicated themselves to producing wine with skill and passion.

Montelvini – Prosecco DOC Rosé Treviso Millesimato Brut 2021

Aroma – “Creamy cherry blossom and juicy red apples with strawberries & raspberries covered with cream on the aroma.”

Flavour – “Soft, subtle and delicate, with pink floral, pink blossom, juicy strawberries, a hint of bramble foliage and notes of red berries on the palate.”

Gold Medal in the Creamy Catgeory at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2022


Created and run by a family in the heart of Cheltenham, CheeseWorks has been part of the cheese industry for over 30 years, seeking to take their customers back to an age when supermarkets did not exist and people were on first name terms with their fishmonger, butcher and greengrocer, shining light on the hidden gems across the kingdom.

CheeseWorks knows the love for cheese and wine pairings, so they have a section dedicated on their website to showcasing the pairing potential with a good bottle of wine and their fresh farm-made cheese. You can also discover their real Cheese Cakes, hampers and cheese subscriptions.

Ticklemore & Rosé Prosecco – “The Prosecco fizzes to life once paired with the cheese, enhancing the prosecco flavours, with wonderful cherry blossom along with saline from the cheese.”

Old Winchester & Rosé Prosecco – “Soft pink floral comes through and quickly fades, increasing the saline expression from the cheese, never disturbing the creamy sensation.”

Cheeseworks Truffle Brie & Rosé Prosecco – “Delicate pink blossoms travel in the background as you discover the wonderful truffle flavours, disappearing quickly, leaving heightened truffle and creamy cheese characters.”

Single Gloucester & Rosé Prosecco – “Subtle red fruits and pink blossom greet the cheese’s savoury characters, gifting an extra sweetness nearing the close, almost displaying a nougat flavour.”

Délice de Bourgogne & Rosé Prosecco – “The cheese has a touch of spiciness to it, the Rosé Prosecco handles it well, softening and cleansing the palate, leaving a garlic cheese expression.”

Pecorino Al Tarufo & Rosé Prosecco – “An initial neutralisation, then a lovely display of ripe red berries and pink blossom joins the palate, the Prosecco makes the cheese a touch sweeter, drawing out added sublime flavours.”

Their Pecorino Al Tarufo is unfortunately not available on their website yet, it’s a shop exclusive because they only want to sell it at the best of its freshness.

Oliver Walkey

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