Freshness and elegance among the beverage novelties of this summer 2020. White wines, rosé, bubbles and liqueurs will fill our glasses with refinement.
One of the emerging South Tyrolean whites, Sauvignon Nals Margreid, was born from a vine that has grown in South Tyrol since the mid-1800s. It is a white wine of great structure and character with three labels: Stein, Gennen and Mantele.
Vin Ruspo “Barco Reale di Carmignano” rosé wine by Tenuta di Artimino (Tuscany). The blend that characterizes it consists of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Floral notes of hawthorn and rose that combine with fruity hints of cherry and pomegranate.
Rosé Impérial by Moët & Chandon in a limited edition Signature. A bold new design in shades of “pink and black gold” that enhances the prevalence of Pinot Noir grapes in the meticulous assemblage of Rosé Impérial, on a bottle decorated with an updated version of one of the Maison’s oldest champagne rosé labels.
Disaronno Velvet, creamy and velvety liqueur with the unmistakable flavor of Disaronno. A new and perfect product for lovers of cream liqueurs with an intense aroma. It should be savored strictly frozen.
Le Blanc is the “pinstripe” trunk for champagne kit designed by Ludovica Mascheroni, a company specializing in luxury interior design. It has a temperature preservation system that keeps champagne always fresh.