New products and old favourites, such asprosecco in a rosé version, wines from a single grape variety, or wines aged in whisky barrels: we'll keep you up-to-date with the latest trends.
Top export prosecco is now also available in a rosé version. The demand for rosé wines is continuously growing. And for obvious reasons: the wines are fruity, fresh, palatable and offer uncomplicated enjoyment with impeccable quality. The stylistics range from dry, to Crus with subtle residual sweetness, through to sparkling champagnes. Just recently, there has also been pink prosecco. The sparkling wine from Veneto is primarily made from the traditional Glera variety and 10 to 15% Pinot Noir. Despite this new product, traditional prosecco also remains very popular, such as the high-quality, elegantly fruity 1924 Prosecco Superiore from Carpenè Malvolti. It is made from up to 90% Glera, and historic white grape varieties.
Excellent wines from a single grape variety with clear expression and precise origin. Answering the question as to which of single-varietal wines or cuvées made from several varieties are of higher quality is pointless. There are plenty of convincing examples for both types. However, in many growing areas, the trend generally leans towards single-varietal wines. They are an expression of a certain variety with corresponding origin and identity. Our excellent examples of white wines from France and Germany are excellent representatives of these sentiments and are terroir wines that are full of character. Their precise signature is unmistakeable.
New approach: an increasing number of winemakers are ageing their wines in used whisky or rum barrels. Wines usually mature in steel tanks, large wooden casks or barriques. Vineyards, especially in the New World, are enjoying experimenting with new approaches, such as containers which previously stored whisky, rum or other spirits. This ageing process lends wines exciting new experiences in terms of aroma and flavour, and appeals to new target groups. It's worth trying out our trio.