This particular sparkling wine comes as a continuation of the well-known Amalia Brut White. The latter comes from the widely cultivated Peloponnesian grape variety Moschofilero, while the Amalia Brut Rosé comes from the equally largely cultivated red wine variety, Agiorgitiko. The Amalia Brut Rosé is also produced using the traditional method (the one of Champagne, with the second fermentation in the bottle) and has a characteristic orange to pale bronze color. Large and long lasting bubbles with the nose being dominated by elegant aromas of black fruits, with more intense the cherry and the sour cherry. Fruity and cool mouthfeel, with moderate volume, characteristic acidity and a pleasant finish.