Prosecco Producers Debate Making A Rosé Version

June 18, 2018 – FORBES, There have been rumors, for several years, that select Prosecco producers might be interested in creating a rosé version of the sparkling wine made from Pinot Noir. The white, standard-bearer for the region is currently—by law—made from 85% Glera, an indigenous grape, and Pinot Noir plantings are scarce in the region.

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