The Pasqua 11 Minutes Rosé is perfectly placed for success in the booming rosé category.

Since the start of the global pink drinks phenomenon, Italian wine has been a leader in the space and the Pasqua 11 Minutes Rosé is one shining example of this.

Made in Verona, Italy, the Pasqua 11 Minutes Rosé wine is named after the optimal duration of skin contact during the pressing of the grapes. It’s made from a blend of Corvina, Trebbiano di Lugana, Syrah and Carmenere grapes, each of which are carefully chosen to provide different qualities to the wine.

The Corvina creates a floral aroma and the perfect level of acidity, the Trebbiano brings elegance and a long aftertaste, the Syrah gives fine fruit and spice notes, and the Carmenere creates structure and long term stability.

“The Pasqua 11 Minutes rosé has taken advantage of the growth in the pink rose sector. Combined Wines started importing this about four years ago, just at the start of the pink boom,” said Joe Molinari, CEO of Combined Wines.

“Italian rosé had traditionally been red in colour but Pasqua were amongst the very first to produce a pink rosé, and we have spent this time establishing the brand to the point that it is selling in line with many Provence rosés.”

The Pasqua 11 Minutes Rosé is ideal as an aperitif as an accompaniment to the most delicate of dishes.

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