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mionetto.rose2Sparkling rosé is the third fastest growing sparkling wine category and has seen 11.3% growth over the 52-weeksmionetto.rose period ending July 18, 2015, according to Nielsen.

And Mionetto, one of Italy’s foremost Prosecco producer for over 125 years, with a reputation for quality, tradition and innovation has stepped up to the market’s demands. This year, the winery, founded in 1887 by Francesco Mionetto in the small village of Valdobbiadene in the heart of the Prosecco region north of Venice, is including the Gran Rosé to its Prestige Collection.

"The expansion of our Prestige Collection is not only a response to the market request," states Enore Ceola, Managing Director of Mionetto USA, "but demonstrates our innovation as an Italian sparkling producer."

Mionetto prosecco Prestige Gran Rosé Extra Dry is now available in the USA in two sizes: 750 ml - $14 and 187 ml - $5. 

Mionetto Prestige Gran Rosé, Valdobbiadene, Italy (750 ml - $14 and 187 ml - $5). This tasty, refreshing Prosecco, 11.5% alc., with a gorgeous pink hue, inside out (the label is pink too), offers persistent bubbles and notes of pink grapefruit, pomegranate and black currant, with a hint of wild floral rosé and aromas of golden apple and  white peach.  A well-balanced acidity provides a fresh and lively mouthfeel with a clean dry finish.

A perfect aperitivo, it definitely meets the market’s demands for rosés to pair with richer foods, from appetizers to grilled fish and fowl.