Posts Tagged ‘Spumante’
JAYA Rosé – Blushing With Pride
Jaya = Victory JAYA’s Rosé Spumante has officially launched to the world, having the pleasure of joining them in Switzerland for the unveiling, it’s perfect to enjoy under the sun with good friends and fine food, they’ve crafted a delightful Rosé with an unforgettable colour, a fantastic aroma and exceptional flavours, let’s delve in and…Read More
Lambrusco Spumante Rosé
If you love bubbles then you must look out for the word spumante (‘foaming’ in Italian) when you are searching Italian wines. Spumante will tell you that the wine will be sparkling and Italian: “Spumante is a classification of Italian Sparkling Wine, Spumante can be produced in any area of Italy with any grape variety,…Read More
What Is Spumante?
When you think about Sparkling Wine from countries like Italy, Spain and France, you think of Prosecco, Cava and Champagne, but there are more Sparkling Wines to explore in these countries, rather than just from these regions, for this article I am going to focus on Spumante from Italy. What is Spumante? Spumante is a…Read More
Ferrari Trento – “A Dream is all you Need”
Giulio Ferrari had a dream and he made his dream a reality. Welcome, To Ferrari What Giulio Ferrari started back in 1902 has become an extraordinary location that creates unforgettable sparkling wines. Giulio wanted to be able to turn the area of Trentino into a place capable of competing with the finest French Champagnes.…Read More
Molvino Prosecco & Rosé Spumante
Famous for winemaking in Northern Italy, the lands of Conegliano and Valdobbaidene offer these great new additions to the Molvino portfolio . The production of Prosecco & Spumante is entrusted to those who have mastered the ancient art and yet use the latest technology. The Molvino Rosé Spumante is described as fine and smart, reminiscent of wild…Read More
Have you tried Asti & Moscato d’Asti?
Asti (or Asti Spumante) is generally a light, sweet sparkling wine made in the Italian region of Piemonte and made using the charmat method (the same method as Prosecco, but not Champagne). Asti was once considered a lower class sparkling wine, but thanks to its DOCG status, stricter laws have been introduced allowing quality wines to come…Read More
Bruno Giacosa Spumante
In the world of fine wine, where good natured rivalry between producers who make great wines is a fact of life, it is rare to find any one producer singled out for praise and admiration without a hint of envy. This however is the case for Giacosa, a family owned winery in Piedmont founded in 1871…Read More