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Klinker Brick Rose 2015

Klinker Brick Rose 2015 is made from 30% Carignan, 26% Mourvedre, 24% Grenache and 20% Syrah

Light pink to pale salmon in color, the 2013 Rosé has aromas of strawberries and cream with a hint of honeydew melon. On the palate, bright flavors of strawberry, citrus and lemon zest are in the framework of lean structure with a semi-dry finish. The perfect wine to celebrate spring!

Serve with cold roasted chicken, pasta salad and fresh fruit.

Rebuli Prosecco NV

Rebuli Prosecco is a noble wine with a bright straw color, made from a selection of Prosecco grapes, which highlights the flavors and perfumes of the area. It is ideal for important occasions and as an aperitif. It is also excellent with risotto and noble meat.
 

"Pretty silvery straw color. Orange, juicy lemon, peach aromas with a crisp, lightly effervescent, fruity-yet-dry medium body and a long, tangy mineral, starfruit and spice accented finish. Exceptional flavorful, balanced and stylish. A perfect aperitif."
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"Very pale straw. Very fine mousse. Nice elegant bead. Aromas of fresh bread dough, pear, touch of marzipan. Light attack. Semi-dry. Licorice note on palate. Soft, light. Simple, light pear flavors."
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This large Spumante estate with just over 100 acres of vines produces high-quality Prosecco. The non-vintage Rebuli Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry is light-bodied and flowery with plenty of white peach, orange and pineapple notes in its exotic aromatics and flavors. It is off-dry, but most consumers would consider it to be a dry sparkling wine. Drink it over the next 12-18 months.-Robert Parker 90 Points

 Wine Advocate: 90
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