Rosé sparkling wines use several different techniques to achieve its bubbles. Cava and champagne are made using the traditional method: the wines undergo a second fermentation in the bottle, resulting in flavors and aromas of yeast, brioche and toast.
Author: Mary Bailey
“Gentle pressing of the 70 per cent Garnacha and 30 per cent Pinot Noir creates a barely pink wine with delicate flavours, gentle yet persistent in the mouth. Elegant, balanced, with beautiful acidity and freshness. A lovely drink. Just off dry, have with garden party.”