SYFANY SPARKLING NATURE BRUT BLOODY ROSÉ 16´

MORAVIA LAND WINE

SYFANY SPARKLING NATURE BRUT BLOODY ROSÉ 16´

MORAVIA LAND WINE

This sparkling wine was made by maceration of Pinot Gris grapes (30%) in André Rosé (70%) as Rosé de saignée, or also bloody rosé. It is made with classic method of secondatry refermentation in bottles with minimum of 18 months of maturing process. This rosé was released after 2 and a half years in only 200 bottles, without any Sulfur dioxide or sugar added.
750 ml., alc. 12 % vol.

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“WE ARE CONVINCED THAT WINE IS A LIVING ORGANISM WHICH CAN TELL ITSELF WHEN IT NEEDS A HELPING HAND IN ITS DEVELOPMENT AND WHEN YOU NEED TO GIVE IT A REST AND PLENTY OF TIME SO THAT EACH VARIETY COULD HELPED ITSELF OUT SPONTANEOUSLY IN EACH YEAR AND WITHOUT STRESSFUL AND ACCELERATING INVASIVE INTERVENTIONS.

Everything from our production comes from South Moravia – grapes which matures on our vineyard in Vrbice village, a traditional South Moravian variety of wines or acacia wine cask handcrafted in the neighboring village. From this care every vintage gets its character and the imprint of our home region.

We are not using additives, such as selected yeasts, enzymes and other substances, which, in our opinion, doesn’t belong into really good, traditional wine. When making our wine we follow our sense, hearths and knowledge of our ancestors. Every vintage is new for us and we’re learning more and more every day.
Our wine is not waiting for your compliments, only for your connection, care and patience. Give them this in same amount as us and our wine will reward you with remarkable enjoyment.”

Jakub Zborovský, winemaker

About the manufacturer

Ingredients

Contains sulfites

Consumption

Serve and drink chilled.

Storage

Protect from frost and direct sunlight. Store up to 8 ˚C.

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