Rosé prosecco, like golden prosecco, is made using glera grapes native to northeast Italy. Still, pink prosecco gets its rosy hue by adding up to fifteen percent Pinot Nero grapes (pinot noir). The result is a deliciously refreshing, pretty pink wine with fine, persistent bubbles.
“We love making our Prosecco pink,” said Prosecco.com’s Ralph Goldstein. “Pink Prosecco offers an affordable alternative to pink champagne which has made it very popular. The colour change is easy to do and adds a little extra zing to the taste. We’ve added rose petals in ours, which helps give it that little bit extra”.