Salvatge Brut Rosé
Do you know the history of the Nadal rosé? In 1964 the first bottle came out, under the name of Rosado Brut and Rosado Semiseco, which, as of 2007, gives way to what we now know as Salvatge Brut Rosé, much more delicate, fresh and fruity.
Sparkling wine Corpinnat
Grape varieties: 100% Pinot Noir own crop
Harvest: 33% 2015, 67% 2016
Nº bottles: 9.072
“An explosion of red fruits, freshness and creaminess.”
The prelude to a great meal. The first drink, of course. If it can be a Magnum, much better!
Pale terracotta colour. Tiny bubble. Aromas of red fruits with light notes of ageing. Structured, very tasty and persistent
Best time for consumption
3 years after disgorging date
It is recommended to keep the sparkling wine inside the box in an upright position, at a temperature of 10-20ºC, avoiding direct sunlight.