I'Iwi | flying bubbles Rose

dedicated to Molokai

Molokai is wild, unfazed by tourists and raw. Hawaii’s oldest island and its untamed beauty was recreated by using our oldest most primal grapevine, a descent from the ancient American vine. The result is a fizzy Rosé with an aroma of ripe woodland strawberries and fresh acidity.

Its strong aroma of woodland strawberries makes it the perfect aperitiv for all berry fruit lovers.

 

PS: The “i’iwi” is a native Hawaiian bird and a highly recognizable symbol of Hawaiʻi. With its fiery-red body, quick black wings, and long, curved, salmon-colored bill, the ‘i’iwi — or scarlet Hawaiian honeycreeper — is one of the most recognizable birds of Hawaii.

TypeSparkling Rose Wine
AromaRipe Woodland Strawberry
Vintage2018
VarietyConcordia
Alc. by Vol. 11,5%
Drinking Temp. 42 - 47 F (6 - 8° C)
OriginAustria
Palatefresh acidity
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