91/100 | Candice Chow, Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
17.5/20 | Joelle Thomson
Only allowed to be produced since 2020, rosé prosecco has truly captured the hearts and wallets of the global wine buying public. In the last 12 months, 70 million bottles of rosé have been consumed around the world (that's roughly 2 bottles per second!)
This lovely wine gets its colour from the pinot noir component of the blend (15%). Like all prosecco, it's fresh and lively and not too complicated, but those delicate strawberry flavours bring a magical touch to the palate and shine through from start to finish. This is a perfect wine to enjoy with an alfresco lunch or drinks platter and has since its launch here it has developed a significant following with the Advintage Prosecco Faithful. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
A rosé with lively and brilliant hues, fine and persistent perlage. Delicate and fruity aromas. A pleasantly fresh taste with typical hints of wild strawberries.
Joelle Thomson writes "Sartori pink Prosecco has a dry tatse of red berries and crisp red apples, white peach and pear. The pale pink colour comes from Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir), which makes up about 10% of this refreshing, light sparkling wine."
Candice Chow, Raymond Chan Wine Reviews writes "Bright, pale peach pink, even colour throughout. The bead is moderately fine, vibrant and persistent. The nose is soft with faint aromas of red berry, stonefruit, orange and creamy lees. Medium-light bodied, aromas of red berry melded with nectarine, orange zest and a creamy lees complexity. The wine is dry with subtle, with a clean, buoyant palate, and subtle fruit notes linger with fine acidity. This Prosecco Rosé is elegantly presented with a dry, fresh palate and a lightly creamy mouthfeel."