De Bortoli Rococo Blanc de Blanc
Pale colour with green tinges. Showing subtle biscuit-like aromas with citrus and white pear characters. Soft creamy textured palate with length and drinkability.
Rococo combines the French word rocaille (shell) with the Italian barocco (Baroque) and is the name given to the highly decorative art and design of 18th Century Europe which incorporated shell motifs. Rococo sparkling wines are European in style with similar curves and detail. The packaging also reflects the Rococo style.
Yarra Valley, Australia
bronze tones combined with the intense depth of a great red wine. the nobility of red berries: hints of red currant, cherry and wild strawberry ; a spicy touch, not unlike Special Cuví©e. a subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity, with a tannic finish due to the adjunction of red wine ; bubbles as fine as velvet ; flavours of wild berries.
A golden colour, distinctive of black grape varieties ; very fine bubbles. a beautiful aromatic complexity ; ripe fruit and spicy aromas ; hints of roasted apples, apple compote and peaches. a subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity ; bubbles like velvet ; pear, brioche and spicy aromas, notes of fresh walnut.
Pale, with a delicate pink hue. Charming, generous and open. Reveals aromas of red berries (strawberries, raspberries) and vine peaches. Light yet expressive. Shows great freshness, due to the high proportion of chardonnay in the blend. Notes of red gooseberries and raspberries, with a lengthy and voluptuous finish.
It is a fresh, youthful wine, with a bright straw yellow color and greenish reflections. On the nose it is reminiscent of the floral aromas of peach and acacia blossom as well as the fruity hints of Rennet apples and pineapple. It is well-balanced on the palate, with moderate acidity but elegantly rounded fruit. When poured, one notes a gentle, persistent foam, followed by a fine perlage that lifts the wine’s intense aromas and covers the tongue and palate with inviting taste sensations.