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Meinklang Osterreich "Prosa" Fizzante Rose 2022

Sparkling, juicy and naturally low in alcohol. One of Meinklang's most fun wines!
Pinot Noir (Pinot Nero) and Blaufränkisch (Kékfrankos, Lemberger)
  • $47.00

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Red Fruit, Citrus Fruit, and Mineral, Toasted

BODY: Light
Medium -
Moderate (9-12%)

Origin: Burgenland, Austria

Grape Varietals:
Pinot Noir (Pinot Nero) and Blaufränkisch (Kékfrankos, Lemberger)

Natural, Biodynamic, and Organic
Charmat Method

Maturation: 0-6 Months Stainless Steel Tanks


Frittata, Rosettes, Falafel

Bakwan Sayur, Korean fried chicken, Japanese fruit tarts


Meinklang Osterreich "Prosa" Fizzante Rose 2022

Lightly carbonated, juicy and naturally low in alcohol, Meinklang Prosa Rose Frizzante is a winner at any event. A sparkling rosé in the pet-nat style that, as well as being the official entertainer at its creators’ own wedding, has become one of Meinklang’s funniest bottles.

Their vineyards are surrounded by natural ponds and cover crops of wild grasses and herbs. But the real pride of the estate is a herd of Angus cattle that provides manure as fertiliser. This is why the bottle’s labels have a picture of a cow

Grape Varietals & Region: 80% Pinot Noir, 20% Blaufrankisch blend from Burgenland, Austria

Taste Profile: Meinklang Prosa Rose Frizzante 2022 is a sparkling wine that shimmers with hues of rose gold, ideal for those in pursuit of a sweet and youthful nuance in their glass. Upon the initial taste, you are greeted by a vivacious effervescence, where ripe raspberries and a hint of mint dance together in harmony. Olfactorily, you will be enveloped by the aromas of fresh red fruits, offering an invigorating and approachable experience. This wine is a splendid choice to brighten any event with effortless elegance.

Winemaking Process: The grapes are harvested by hand. In the winery, the grapes are gently pressed and, after a short maceration, they begin spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel tanks with native yeasts. The wine is then aged in the bottle following the ancient method and remains on the lees for a period of time.