The name (pronounced Bak-oh-roh-sah) is comprised of two Italian words: Bacco, which is the name of an ancient Greek god of grape harvesting, and rosa, meaning pink and refers to the vibrant color of this wine.
Blend of aromatic grape varieties
Once harvested, the grapes undergo a soft pressing. The resulting must is made clear by refrigeration and is then fermented in temperature-controlled tanks. Once the must reaches 3%- 4% alc. vol., it is further chilled, preserving the primary aromas of the grapes. The Charmat sparkling wine process is then applied to complete vinification.
Roseate in color accompanied by a persistent, rose-colored mousse
Fruity and floral; nuances of roses and gentle musky hints
Refreshing and delicately sweet; appealing fruity finish
After dinner: with desserts, cookies, cakes, or an assortment of cheeses; can be served on its own and chilled as a refreshing, low-alcohol drink
46°F - 50°F