PinkSummer frizzante rosé is elegant and delicate. In the glass a salmon pink, the complex aromas are reminiscent of cookie, raspberry and hints of rose petals.
The palate reveals a clear structure with a lot of freshness, carried by raspberry fruit.
Zweigelt, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and blue Wildbacher.
The combination of these four grape varieties gives the PinkSummer Frizzante Rosé a multi-layered aroma variety. The wine is characterized by its salmon pink color and presents a bouquet of fresh red fruits such as strawberries and raspberries, accompanied by floral notes of rose. On the palate it is light and tangy with a pleasant acidity. The frizzante style gives the wine a fine perlage that adds a refreshing liveliness to the taste.
The harvest for PinkSummer usually takes place in the early morning hours to ensure that the grapes are harvested at cooler temperatures to preserve their freshness. The grapes should have reached an optimal level of ripeness to ensure the desired flavors and acidity.
After harvest, the grapes are carefully selected to separate out damaged or unripe grapes. Only healthy, ripe grapes are used for further processing to ensure the quality of the wine.
The destemmed grapes are separated from their stems to use only the grapes. Then the grapes are gently pressed to extract the juice. The skins of the grapes are left on the skins for only a few hours to obtain a fresh and fruity rosé with a beautiful salmon pink color.
During fermentation, the yeasts convert the sugars in the grape juice into alcohol, releasing carbon dioxide. When making a frizzante wine, some of the carbon dioxide is trapped in the bottle to create the sparkling effect.
After fermentation, the wine was drawn off the lees and left on the fine lees for about 3-4 months. Weekly stirring further intensifies the contact with the fine yeast. This makes the wine rounder and smoother and keeps it fresh longer.
After aging, the wines from the different grape varieties are blended together to create the final rosé wine. The exact composition of PinkSummer Frizzante Rosé by Heinrich, consisting of Zweigelt, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and blue Wildbacher, is determined according to the desired flavor profiles and aromas.
Enjoy at 5 to 6 degrees, from typical champagne glasses or from a long drink glass on ice. You best drink the bottle with friends and consume directly. 😉
PinkSummer cuts a perfect figure for all occasions. Summer or winter, beach bar to snow bar, from aperitif to digestif, from snacks to sushi to desserts.
Combine Frizzante Rosé with sushi, sashimi, oysters, mussels, shrimp or grilled fish. The wine's light fruit aromas and crisp acidity harmonize beautifully with delicate marine flavours.
A summer salad with fresh berries, goat cheese, walnuts and a light dressing goes well with this rosé. The fruity notes of the wine complement the fresh ingredients and provide a balanced combination.
The light acidity and fruity aromas of the rosé wine go well with grilled vegetables such as peppers, zucchini, eggplant and asparagus. The slightly smoky aroma of grilling pleasantly complements the wine.
Dishes with white meat such as chicken, turkey or pork. A grilled chicken with a light lemon marinade or a tender pork tenderloin with herbs are suitable companions.
Pasta with fresh tomatoes, basil and olive oil or a delicious pizza with fresh ingredients are ideal partners for this rosé. The fruity flavors of the wine pair well with Mediterranean spices and herbs.
Pair Pink Summer with mild cheeses such as goat cheese, mozzarella or feta. The fresh acidity of the wine provides a pleasant contrast to the creamy and salty notes of the cheese.
Indulge in a fruity dessert such as a berry tart, strawberry sorbet or lemon cream. The fruity notes of the wine complement the sweetness of the dessert and provide a refreshing finish.
|Grape Variety||Zweigelt, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz und blue Wildbacher|
|Type of wine producer||Family Winery|
|Country||Styria - Austria|
|Bottler||Winery Heinrich, A-8263 Großwillersdorf 64|
|Alcohol||11,0 % vol.|