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The Barossa winery Grant Burge is expanding its range with the introduction of a lighter and fruitier Prosecco NV and Prosecco Rosé. 

Crafted with grapes from the cool climate regions across South Australia, the 11.5 per cent ABV wines are a lighter style of sparkling alcohol, ideally served with seafood, cheeses, and fruit-based desserts. 

Grant Burge chief winemaker Craig Stansborough said fans would be able to notice the attention to craftmanship in these wines. 

“The Grant Burge winemaking team is committed to crafting temporary wines with beautiful drinkability – on their own or with food – and our new Prosecco duo will not disappoint. 

“Prosecco NV and Prosecco Rosé are refreshing in flavour, youthful and slightly lower in alcohol than Grant Burge’s Pinot Noir Chardonnay and Pinot Noir Chardonnay Rosé,” Stansboroug said. 

The Prosecco Rosé is a glera grape based wine with rose petal, red berry, and fresh pear aromas. The Prosecco NV is fermented with white peach, pistachio, and nectarine with a light straw hue . 

Grant Burge Prosecco NV and Prosecco Rosé are available at leading liquor stores nationally for RRP $25.

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