Non-Vintage from Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
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Alcohol By Volume: 12.5%
Alcohol By Volume Guide
Most wine ranges from 10-16% alcohol by volume. Some varietals tend to have higher (for example Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon) or lower alcohol levels (Pinot Noir and many white varietals), but there is always some variation from producer to producer. Some wine falls outside of this range, for instance Port weighs in closer to 20%, while Muscat and Riesling are usually a bit below 10%.
Rotari Brut is a straw yellow color with a fine and persistent perlage. The fragrance is intense and fruity. The flavor is dry, full, fragrant, well balanced and harmonious.
"With its well-recognized yellow label, Rotari's Brut Talento (based on Chardonnay grapes) offers value and quality with toasty aromas of roasted almond, freshly baked bread and yellow fruit. The wine is creamy and smooth with a touch of citrus freshness on the close."
I love bubbly, therefore I can be hyper-critical of the stuff (hate certain pricey orange-label ones). But because I love it so, I'm always looking for a value. This sparkling from Italy is WONDERFUL. It's done in the traditional manner (secondary bottle fermentation, resting on lees) therefore the yeasty qualities come through as well as beautiful bubbles and wonderful crisp flavors. I've served this, people asking which Champagne House (always the best question to answer when serving bubbly).
this is my house sparkling wine. Never disappoints. Traditional methode Champenoise style. A little hint of yeast but bright crisp not of apple. A great value for what is in the bottle.
Best wine I've ever had the pleasure of consuming. It's crispy and smooth, without the arrogant bite. Wonderful paired with seafood. Had it at a restaurant on resort grounds in Wisconsin, so glad to find it on here.
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Learn About Rotari Map It
History or legend, the name Rotari derives from the Longobard King Rotari who fought one of the most important battles along the valleys of this territory in his conquest of Italy and made history with his famous Edict of Rotari, a book about the rules of winemaking.
Talento from the Dolomites
The Talento seal guarantees that all Rotari sparkling wines are made in the...
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Learn About Trentino-Alto Adige
(tren-TEE-noe ahl-toe ah-DEE-jay)
The area consists of the regions Trentino and Alto Adige, neighbors in Northeast Italy, and is part of the Tre-Venezie trifecta. The northernmost region of Italy is fairly hilly due its closeness to the the Alps, and many vines in Trentino are terraced along the hillsides for ideal sunlight benefits. Alto Adige, in turn, has more vines on...
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Learn About Non-Vintage
Most Champagne you encounter will be NV, or non-vintage. This is because the base wine is a blend of wine from
In producing non-vintage wines, Champagne houses strive to keep the taste consistent year by year, and non-vintage
the winemakers flexibility in blending, ensuring a constant style each year. Non-vintage Champagne...
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