Freixenet – one of the world’s most famous sparkling wine producers – has released two new still wines, sourced from Italy’s most popular wine regions.
The Pinot Grigio and Italian Rosé both feature a striking glass diamond cut bottle that’s ideally suited to the party season.
Freixenet Pinot Grigio, made with grapes from the Garda DOC region in northern Italy, is a fruity white wine with a hint of citrus that matches well with seafood, antipasto and vegetarian dishes.
Freixenet Italian Rosé is made from classic grape varieties from the I.G.T Veneto region and features a delicate palate of red cherries and strawberries. It pairs well with light dishes and spicy cuisine.
“It’s the perfect timing for Freixenet to be launching two new still wines here in Australia,” said Michelle Lush, Brand Manager for Imported Wines at Pinnacle Drinks.
“As we head into the party season, customers are looking for a stand-out wine to take over to family and friends places and they want to impress them. The Pinot Grigio and the Italian Rosé are the perfect choice as they are great tasting wines and make a big statement and look glamourous on any table.”
Freixenet is the largest exporter of sparkling wine from Spain, as well as the world’s largest producer of Cava. Its Cordon Negro and Carta Nevada are sold in more than 100 countries. In 2017, the winemaker launched its own brand of Prosecco.
The Pinot Grigio and Italian Rosé have an RRP of $26 and are available from BWS and Dan Murphy’s nationally.
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