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Production Area> This sparkling wine has its origin in an area with a unique microclimate and soil composition, where vines find their ideal conditions for ripening.> Glera grapes are grown on plains or on slightly sloping areas, with alluvial medium-textured soils rich in clay.> The mild climate and quite regular rainfall favor the ripening process, leading to good acid balance and sugar values.

blue prosecco where to buy

WINEMAKING: After gently pressing the grapes, half of the must goes through an initial cold fermentation process, while the other half is preserved at 32*F to keep it fresh. Both are then combined following the traditional Charmat method in stainless steel tanks, where our Prosecco acquires its bubbles and celebrated profile.

The delicious prosecco has hints of green apple, white peach and citrus fruits; it is characterised by delicate notes of acacia flowers on the finish. The taste is fresh, light and pleasantly lively, elegant and refined.

That would explain why the makers of Blumond have yet to launch the prosecco in Italy. It is currently only available for purchase in China and the U.S., though a release in Sicily is slated for next month. The wine is available for purchase on the Fratelii Saraceni website, and will set you back $21.95 a bottle.

Whether this will be the new rosé of the summer is yet to be decided, but if the unicorn food craze is any indication, we fear glasses of blue prosecco could be cheers-ing all across the nation in no time.

Saraceni Wines(Opens in a new tab) makes a blue prosecco called Blumond, which their website describes as "a velvety and seductive sparkling wine that is deliciously fruity and presented in an exclusive and well recognizable bottle." The bright blue hue comes from the addition of blue curacao.

But beyond that, some Italian sommeliers have stated that they feel the blue drink insults the Italian's heritage of wine. The Daily Mail(Opens in a new tab) spoke to one sommelier that called Blumond embarrassing, saying it was not wine but "coloured liquids, dumb-downed hybrids with a watered-down percentage of alcohol."

For us wine-ignorant folk, this prosecco looks just fine and as we can see, it looks even better on Instagram. So we have no problem trying it out this summer to see if it's worth the attention it's getting.

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If your happy-hour routine needs a bit of an exciting upgrade, allow me to introduce you to blue Prosecco. The official name of this unexpected bottle of bubbly is Bluemond Blue Wine ($22), and it's guaranteed to be unlike any sparkling wine you've seen before. The wine is made in Italy and sold by Saraceni Wines, and it has a secret ingredient that gives it the distinct blue color: curacao.

According to the company, the wine tastes "sweet, refreshing, and light," and it clocks in at 7 percent alcohol by volume, which is less than the 11.6 percent average ABV for wine. The sweet wine should be served at a temperature of 39F to 41F for the best tasting notes. If blue Prosecco screams "need" to you, you can order 750-milliliter bottles online with worldwide shipping. This is guaranteed to be the must-have drink of the Summer!

Blumond has also been a huge hit in Australia, where it has already clocked up $250,000 in sales this year. Now Fratelli Saraceni wants to sell Blumond in its native country, starting with Sicily, which is renowned for its lavish, 24 hour-long weddings.

The Prosecco was designed by Italian company Fratelli Saraceni, which is known for its sparkling collection of red, white and blue wines. The blue bubbly called Blumond has a 7 percent ABV and contains blue curaçao and peach.

I have fond memories of this blue mimosa also known as Tiffany mimosa. Back when I turned 21 years old and used to live in Manchester, UK, I went to celebrate to this really cool posh cocktail bar. I remember ordering a blue mimosa and was so happy to see it blue and sparkling and really fun. Sadly, the bar has been closed down and reopened under a new owner and new name. No more blue mimosas can be found on the menu, but it doesn't mean I can't have them still... at home. A good almost 10 years later.

A mimosa cocktail is composed of champagne (or other sparkling wine) and chilled citrus juice (usually orange juice). It's a very popular drink during brunch or in business class on planes. We found a really nice restaurant called Benedict in Berlin which serves mimosas included in their breakfast deal. That's pretty cool. Still, no blue mimosas, but can never say no to a sparkling-wine based cocktail.

To make blue mimosa you will need just two ingredients: Blue Curaçao and dry Prosecco. You can replace the Prosecco with any other sparkling wine like champagne but make sure to purchase something dry.

Fancy tip: If you want your blue mimosas to be true Tiffany mimosas, then make sure you decorate the rim of the tall champagne glass with sugar before adding the liqueur and prosecco. Then, decorate the glass with a white ribbon, beautifully tied around the glass's stem.

You will need around 30ml Blue Curaçao and 150ml Prosecco. You can add less Blue Curaçao if you want less intense blue mimosas. The colour will change from intense blue to more aqua colour. You can play with the amount to determine what colour suits you best.

This recipe is about making blue mimosas also known as Tiffany mimosas. Learn how to make quick and easy blue mimosa cocktails with just two ingredients. Serve them as a starter to any dinner party and enjoy an elegant evening with Tiffany style.

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One Vivino user, Brendan Gotch described this beauty writing, "Sweet like the song of the bluebird of spring, but not saccharine. Fruits comin out my ears in this sparkler. Elegante." And we truly couldn't beat that description.

The delicate bubbles of this wine lift fruity aromas of pear, melon, and lemon straight to the nose. A light body, sprinkle of sugar, and lovely hint of minerality make for a superb prosecco at an affordable price.

If you're stuck in the city this summer, you can still feel like you're at the beach with this mix of sparkling wine, blue curaçao, and peach. Blumond blue prosecco, which is currently taking America by storm, is made by Italian company Fratelli Saraceni, which describes it as "a velvety and seductive sparkling wine that is deliciously fruity."

OK, you had me at velvety and seductive; hang on while I order some Blumond blue prosecco from their website; and shipping is free for orders $99 and up, bonus! You can also get it at wine stores around the country, or other online wine outlets. OK, now that that's out of the way, here's what the winemakers are saying about their epic summer drink.

Blumond blue prosecco is lighting up the internet, proving that old traditions aren't getting in the way of most everyone seeking out this bubbly blue beverage, which is perfect for most any summer activity, especially a good old girls' night out. And, since today is National Beverage Day, it's the perfect time to sample this baby blue drink the color of the Mediterranean sea (and Elisabeth Moss's eyes).

If this past winter has left you feeling a little blue, flip the script by chasing your blues away, and toasting summer with this new twist on an old favorite that proves blue is the new black. #LiveInBlue

Maybe I'm old and boring. Maybe I'm a boozy traditionalist and a traitor to my generation. Maybe I just really bloody love prosecco because it lets me pretend that I'm living a fancy schmancy life when in actuality I'm drinking a double rollback bottle of fizz and can't afford my rent. But does this blue stuff not make anyone else sad? This makes me sad. It looks like a bubblegum flavour Panda Pop. Leave my beautiful, gold, not as sweet as a Moscato prosecco alone.

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