Cono Sur’s two newest additions to its portfolio, Sparkling Rosé Brut and Cosecha Noble Late Riesling have been extremely well-received by consumers and specialized press. In January, Cosecha Noble received the trophy for “Best in Category” at the 9th annual Wines of Chile Awards and the Sparkling Rosé has been a top choice at tasting events.
Available in both 750 cc. and 375 cc. formats, Cono Sur Sparkling Rosé Brut is made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes from the Bío-Bío Valley, the southernmost wine growing region in Chile. It has a pleasant pale pink color with a fresh nose of red fruits like raspberries combined with touches of blueberry. In the mouth it’s refreshing, smooth and has a persistent finish.
Also from the Bío-Bío Valley, Cosecha Noble is a new take on sweet wine and made from 100% botrytized grapes. Pale yellow with golden hues in appearance, this is a fresh and mineral wine with elegant honey and floral aromas in the nose, making it ideal to pair with desserts.