Fragrant and seductive, with aromas of rose, white fruits, and wild strawberry.
Our Bubbly Rosé is from Veneto, Italy, one of the most famous sparkling wine regions in the world. A blushing stunner, this refreshing sparkling rosé wine is made from the perfect blend of Glera (90%) and Pinot Noir (10%) grapes.
Consciously crafted luxury wine. In a can.
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How To Enjoy Bubbly Rosé
Ideal Chill: 55°F
The Pinot Noir and Glera grapes are picked and fermented into wine separately to enhance the characteristics of their varieties as much as possible, and the blend is only created during the secondary fermentation process. The pressed Glera juice, made by gently pressing the grapes, is immediately separated from the skins, clarified and fermented at a controlled temperature of 63ºF using select yeast varieties. The Pinot Noir wine-making process involves several hours of skin contact, macerating the liquid to extract the primary aromas and color. The must is then pressed, racked, and fermented. The blending of the two wines helps produce the base cuvée. A second fermentation process is then started in a closed pressure tank to form the bubbles, after which the wine undergoes stabilization and microfiltration before packaging.
No Harmful Additives
We believe the best wine pairings are those you enjoy most! But, if you did want to explore some canned sparkling rosé wine pairings, Archer Roose Bubbly Rosé is remarkably versatile and goes with nearly everything — really — it’s one of our most food-friendly wines.
- Barbeque, other rich or heavy meat dishes
- Creamy, hearty dishes, like risotto
- Fried foods
- Chocolate desserts, especially chocolate-covered strawberries
- Goat cheese, feta, halloumi, Burrata
Get a little romantic, Veneto-style, while sipping our blushing Bubbly Rosé. Salute!
- Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
- Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri
- Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman
- Trieste And The Meaning Of Nowhere by Jan Morris
- I Am Love (2009, Drama)
- Roman Holiday (1953)
- Bicycle Thieves (1948, Drama)
- The Wings of the Dove (1997, Romance)
- “La Cura” by Franco Battiato
- “Questo Piccolo Grande Amore” by Claudio Baglioni
- “Volare” (Nel blu, dipinto di blu) by Domenico Modugno
- “Nessun Dorma” | aria by Giacomo Puccini
- La Traviata | Giuseppe Verdi
- Calcio (soccer, in Italian)
- Tamburello (tennis, but with tambourines!)
- Boating / kayaking
- Bocce ball
Winemaker & Place
Stefano Nandi Wine Director at Montelvini Group. Born in Montebelluna, just a few Km from Montelvini, on the 11/11/1969, Stefano has always been passionate about wine, as most people are, in this rich and historical area for wine production. After graduating from the prestigious “Cerletti” Oneology Wine institute in Conegliano, he immediately started his career in the wine business, and after a few experiences, he settled in at Montelvini where he now has been working as Wine Director almost 30 years. His passion and commitment towards Montelvini, have made the winery what it is today. His vast experience allows themus to lead the way with new trends, while keeping their roots in the history of their family.
The province of Treviso is flat and features an abundance of water and waterways. The climate is mild, while the temperature ranges on average from 27ºF in January and February, with rare, sporadic snowfall, to 95ºF in July and August. During ripening, the high difference in temperature between night and day gives the grapes excellent aromatic properties. The average annual rainfall exceeds 35 inches, with peaks typically recorded in autumn, while heavy storms are common in summer. The soil is mainly clayey, with several substrates of limestone and occasionally rock fragments.
Clayey with limestone and fragmented rock deposits.
Acidity 5.7% g/L, pH 3.32 Residual Sugar 9.7 g/L
328-984 feet above sea level
Average grapevine age: 8-30 years old