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Fizz 56 Sparkling Red Spumante

Fizz 56 Sparkling Red Spumante 375ml Half bottle    
Sku: 1794874*

Fizz56 comes from a small winery nestled in the heart of Piedmonte, known for their outstanding Brachetto. Brachetto is a grape native to Italy and rare in other wine-growing regions of the world. The Brachetto grape is a light-bodied red grape, highly aromatic and naturally effervescent. Consequently, Fizz56 Brachetto Spumante is a sparkling, red, sweeter, Italian wine made of 100% Brachetto, which we are very proud to import to the United States. Fizz56 is more than just a wine, though. It is as sweet as a first kiss but as seductive as the memory of it. A brand designed with Millennials in mind, Fizz56 begs to be talked about and tasted. A showstopper that is not only alluring, but also irresistibly delicious. Glamorous and exciting, Fizz56 fits into a nightclub scene with ease; but bubbly and charming, it also pairs beautifully with a romantic evening for two. As an aperitif or the perfect complement to dessert, fizz56 Brachetto Spumante is a deliciously irresistible way to celebrate any occasion.

Tasting notes
Aroma: Highly aromatic, Fizz56 sparkles with thehint of candied rose petals and soft berry notes Taste: Tantalizing flavors of raspberry, strawberry and cherry dance on the tip of your tongue

Technical notes
Vintage: NV Type: Brachetto Spumante Grape Variety Used: 100% Piedmonte DOC Brachetto Appellation: Piedmonte Alcohol Level: 7.0% Acid Level: 6.0 Sugar Level: 80 Length/Type of Fermentation: 100% Stainless Steel Fermented

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Country: Italy
Region: Piedmont
Grape Varietal: Brachetto
Type: Sparkling
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