This luscious frizzante style rose wine from Portugal is pink salmon in colour, has a bouquet of red berries, roses and fruit, is light, fruity and refreshing on the palate and finishes with a medium dryness. Periquita NA Rose is a de-alcoholised slightly sparkling wine made from Castelão, Trincadeira and Argonês varieties of grape. Where does Periquita come from? Well the Castelão variety of grape is also known as Periquita (name is derived from the Portugese term for parakeet) and João de Santarém.
Periquita alcohol free wine (due to de-alcoholisation physical process) is produced by José Maria da Fonseca. Fonseca is the oldest and one of the most prestigious wineries in Portugal, producing wines, Port and Setúbal Moscatel. The winery has over 650 hectares of land under vine in the wine regions of Peninsula de Setúbal, Alentejo and Douro. This wine is produced under the guidance of Domingos Soares Franco - the first Portuguese winemaker to graduate from the recognized University of Davis in California - a pioneer in much of what is done in terms of wine making in Portugal.
Country: Portugal Variety: Rose Alcohol: <0.5% ABV
Dealcoholised rose wine, made from castelao, trincadeira and aragonez grapes. Preservatives: E200, E220, and E242.
|Energy||144.5kJ / 34 kcal|
|- Sugar||6.8 g|