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Zibibbo Rosa tempts tastebuds at Wgtn Food Show


Sparkling Sensation Zibibbo Rosa tempts tastebuds at Wellington Food Show

New sparkling wine is elegant, refined and deliciously fruity

Wellingtonians will have the ideal opportunity to sample one of the newest and bubbliest wines in town at the upcoming Wellington Food Show.

Zibibbo Rosa is an exciting new sparkling wine that is deliciously fruity, delicately bubbly and comes in a subtle pink blush. It’s made by Brown Brothers, the family-owned Australian wine company, which is exhibiting at the Wellington Food Show for the first time this year.

Ross Brown, CEO, says that the time was right for the company to reach out to consumers in the wider Wellington region.

“Wellingtonians are renowned for their passion for good food and wine. The Food Show is a great opportunity for people to sample our wines and tell us what they like,” says Ross. “And what better way to toast our first time at the Wellington Food Show than with a wine that is perfect for celebrations.”

If you’re after an elegant drop to enjoy with your friends then this is the wine for you. Zibibbo Rosa is perfect for afternoon drinks in the sun or to celebrate life’s milestones such as birthdays, babies and anniversaries.

The name Zibibbo is a synonym for the Muscat of Alexandria grape, a fruity Italian grape variety from which the sparkling is predominantly made. Rosa is Italian for pink and rounds off the wine with a soft dry finish.

Visit Brown Brothers at Stand 27 at The Wellington Food Show 16-18 May to taste this sparkling sensation and other wines from the Brown Brothers extensive range including Crouchen Riesling, Vermentino, Dolcetto & Syrah, Tempranillo and Shiraz.

The dazzling Zibibbo Rosa retails for $16.99 and is widely distributed in major supermarkets and liquor retailers.


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