Cavicchioli 1928 Rosé

$13.99

4 in stock

Winemaker Notes

White and evanescent foam; fine and lingering perlage; bright and pale pink “candy” color; fresh and fruity aroma; sweet, slightly spicy and aromatic taste with red fruit notes with a lingering aftertaste.

Cavicchioli 1928 Rosé Spumante Dolce should be drunk young and is excellent as an aperitif, to sweet and sour pairings, with risotto, tortellini, seafood dishes, enjoy it with fresh fruits. Serving temperature: chilled to 40°F.

About Cavicchioli

The Cavicchioli family has been cultivating vines in the San Prospero province of Modena (Sorbara DOC) for over a century, but it was not until 1928 that Umberto Cavicchioli began bottling the wine under his family name. Umberto’s two grandsons, brothers Sandro and Claudio are still part of the business today. The Cavicchioli family is among the largest landowners in the Modena DOC with 235 acres of vineyards of which 173 acres are of the prized Lambrusco di Sorbara variety. Here, the climate is always humid with cold winters and hot summers and vineyards are planted in the pergola system to keep the vines dry.

Cavicchioli 1928 Rosé

$13.99

4 in stock

Winemaker Notes

White and evanescent foam; fine and lingering perlage; bright and pale pink “candy” color; fresh and fruity aroma; sweet, slightly spicy and aromatic taste with red fruit notes with a lingering aftertaste.

Cavicchioli 1928 Rosé Spumante Dolce should be drunk young and is excellent as an aperitif, to sweet and sour pairings, with risotto, tortellini, seafood dishes, enjoy it with fresh fruits. Serving temperature: chilled to 40°F.

About Cavicchioli

The Cavicchioli family has been cultivating vines in the San Prospero province of Modena (Sorbara DOC) for over a century, but it was not until 1928 that Umberto Cavicchioli began bottling the wine under his family name. Umberto’s two grandsons, brothers Sandro and Claudio are still part of the business today. The Cavicchioli family is among the largest landowners in the Modena DOC with 235 acres of vineyards of which 173 acres are of the prized Lambrusco di Sorbara variety. Here, the climate is always humid with cold winters and hot summers and vineyards are planted in the pergola system to keep the vines dry.