THIS festive season’s pop stars are a sophisticated, elegant pair of curvaceous Italians with a touch of sweet charisma that will charm all social circles.
The first member of Da Luca hails from Treviso, a province of the Italy’s Veneto region that is considered one of the finest sources of Prosecco, the second a Rosé which is a blend of Merlot and Raboso from small growers in the Veneto region in Northern Italy.
Da Luca’s broad appeal and celebratory price point makes every day a special occasion and this year the exceedingly successful Prosecco is joined by a sparkling Rosé varietal so your advent calendar can be marked by popping corks and clinking glasses.
Global demand for Prosecco continues to soar as more and more drinkers opt for everyday luxury with the unpretentious sparkling wine’s fresh and fruity aromas and clean, off dry finish.
Prosecco has everything going for it; its lighter, delicate flavour means it pairs well with just about any food from cheeses to spicy curry. Its subtlety is a winner in cocktails and it’s easy on the palate with a light effervescence, appealing to a broader market. One of the biggest draw cards is the pop-for-your-buck, which makes a lot more sense than Champagne.
Da Luca and Da Luca sparkling Rosé are exemplary expressions of why Prosecco has attracted so many champagne drinkers to re-charge their glasses.
Da Luca is best served chilled at 8-12 degrees Celsius, and can be enjoyed on its own, in cocktails, as a refreshing aperitif or with meals.
At a recommended selling price of R119 and R81 for the sparkling Rosé, find Da Luca at Liquor City, Norman Goodfellows, Ultra Liquors, Johnny’s Liquors and Flagstone Winery Cellar Door in Somerset West.