Prospero Frizzante Rosé

Prospero takes its name from the protagonist character in The Tempest; considered to be one of the main plays by William Shakespeare.  Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, uses his skills as a sorcerer to get back his title.  Storms and other machinations facilitate events to meet these ends.

Let yourself be seduced by the frizzante wines: refreshing and light. Fine bubbles make it easy to drink on its own, with friends or with food!

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  • Region

    La Única is a selection of the best wines from Pagos del Rey in Fuenmayor (La Rioja), Olmedillo de Roa (Burgos) and Morales de Toro (Zamora).

  • Tasting Notes

    A perfect balance of alcohol, acidity and sweetness is achieved though natural fermentation, resulting in strawberry and red fruit flavours, as well as a sweet and refreshing character, with a light fizz and low alcohol content.

  • Food Pairing

    It is the perfect accompaniment to any aperitive or light dinner

  • Alcohol Content


  • Best Served

    Serve chilled

  • Technical Information

    The Tempranillo grapes are harvested at dawn in early October. Cool night temperatures allow the grapes to retain their wonderful aromatic nature. Partially-fermented grape must in isobaric tanks where fine bubbles are naturally formed. When the wine-must come to 5.5 degrees of alcohol, it stops the fermentation.

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