Bodegas Luzon, a wine company that is part of agribusiness firm Grupo Fuertes, is entering the sparkling wine category with the release of a new product under the brand Siete Grados (Seven Degrees).
Siete Grados Sparkling Wine is described as a low-alcohol sparkling wine, made from Moscatel grapes from Alexandría. The company describes the new product as being “surprisingly simple and fresh”, with a fruity aroma that evokes a mix of white fruits and Mediterranean citrus fruits. According to Bodegas Luzon, the product’s fruity and fresh flavour, fine bubble and balanced sweetness, along with its the low alcohol content, make it a good match for aperitifs and desserts, as well as salads, pastas, rice dishes and white meat.
Siete Grados Sparkling Wine, the name of which refers to the alcohol content, is being sold in bottles with silver colour decoration.
Source: Murcia Economia