This combo package includes 3 bottles of Hello Kitty Sparkling Wine. One each of the next:
1x Hello Kitty Sweet Pink Sparkling Wine 375ml
1x Hello Kitty Sparkling Rosè Special Edition — 750ml (Restricted bottles)
1x Hello Kitty Sparkling Rose Anniversary Edition 750ml
Torti Estate is positioned between the Oltrepò Pavese hills, a historic site of wines and wineries: a panoramic terroir of lime, marl and clay with a natural environment for grape blossoms, blessed with interlocking Ligurian breezes, ventilated, cool summers, dry and harsh winters, with mists in the Padanian plain. The main town is Pavia, a magical city with art and background. People who are polite, hard-working, honest men and women. A rich field of culture and fire. Here grapes have been planted for at least 30,000 decades. Strabone (60 BC—-20 AC) wrote that the large amounts of wine at the Oltrepò was seen through wooden bottles, much greater than the buildings. Throughout the Middle Ages, the castles were established in the area and the quality of the wine was increasingly admired.
The Oltrepò Pavese (Old Piedmont) is smothered in deserts, riddled with streams and rivlets, in which villages, churches and hamlets appear among the hills displaying a series of vivid plays, with geographical characteristics similar only to the residents of Champagne and Burgundy. 45 ° A line halfway between the North Pole and the Equator, professed through the streets, culminating in scenic mountains. Here the crop lasts longer than any other region of Italy, beginning with Pinot Nero for sparkling wine, then red grapes like Barbera and Croatina (the grapes used for its beloved Bonarda grape). Pinot Nero, which can be used to sparkle and to produce substantial red wines for ageing, plays a vital role. Oltrepò Pavese: land of early winemaking origins where the hills meet the skies, the climate is pleasant and fresh and the grapes do have to be exclusively.
Organically Cultivated Hand Harvested Grapes
Drink Responsibly 18+
Manufacturer Contact Info
Torti Winery because 1910