{news} Valdo Rosé Brut Floral Edition

Mmmm, Prosecco, the fresh, fruity, aromatic Italian fizz, could not be trendier, earning fame in nearly every country in the world. Much of its success is owed to its excellent value, versatility and informality. Prosecco is about family, life, love and celebrations – it’s a drink for “Life Lovers.”

ENTER: VALDO ROSÉ BRUT FLORAL EDITION – An Exquisitely Packaged Delicious Dry Rosé – PERFECT FOR VALENTINE’S DAY!

When LOVE is in the air, Valdo Floral Rosé blossoms. The exquisite floral design on the bottle is created by Fabrizio Sclavi, the eminent Italian fashion editor with a special passion for illustration, who has collaborated with icons like Ferrari, Giorgio Armani, Andy Warhol and photographer, Oliviero Toscani among others.

This is a standout bottle of Prosecco that’s fresh and lingering, as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside, a softly sparkling, strawberries and cream delight.

The enticing colour of pink rose petals with a tinge of watermelon, and aromas of raspberry and spring flowers lead to an enveloping fruitiness on the palate – a whirlwind of cherry and strawberry flavours – with a lovely tingle from the fine, lively mousse and a soft floral finish. An ideal aperitif and also delicious with melon and Parma ham and seafood.

Valdo Prosecco Rosé Brut Floral Edition retails for around R280 per bottle

For a wine to be labelled Prosecco the grapes must come from the region of Prosecco in northwest Italy. The Italian Charmat method used to produce Prosecco involves a second fermentation in steel tanks while Champagne and Cap Classique involve a second fermentation in the bottle. Easy to drink and easy on the pocket, Prosecco is made to be drunk fresh, unlike Champagne which usually improves with bottle maturation.

Prosecco is a great drink for casual sipping at any hour of the day, is perfect for parties and delicious mixed into cocktails like the world-famous Bellini served at Harry’s Bar in Venice. This does not diminish Prosecco as a wine, it just adds to its versatility. As a food wine it goes well with a wide range of dishes from fried calamari to a creamy pasta dish and can also be paired with desserts like fresh fruits or a lemon tart.

One of the more diet-friendly alcoholic drinks, a glass of Prosecco is only 80 calories, while a glass of wine contains about 220 calories.

 

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