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What is the only thing better than white wine? Sparkling white wine! With warmer days ahead of us, the outdoor events, BBQs, parties, and events are inevitable. Nowadays, there are very few groups of friends who all eat the same foods. Though it might be difficult to appease everyone on a specific food, it is easy to make everyone happy by choosing the perfect wine. Our suggestion to this dilemma? Stella Rosa Sparkling White Wine.


Semi-sweet white wines are light and refreshing. When you’re having a rough day, pour yourself a glass of white wine. When you’re having a relaxing day, pour yourself a glass of white wine. When you’re having a party with pals, semi-sweet white wine is your drink. If it sounds like we’re insinuating that semi-sweet white wine is the wine to have for any and all occasions, it’s because we are!


Red wines can often be seen as the big bad wolf; a wine with a very acquired taste, that only particular people like, and that is not sweet. Fortunately, today, this is no longer true. There are red wines that can be enjoyed by all. Along with the ever so popular dry red wine, there is now some competition with sweet red wines.


Stella Rosa is the original semi-sweet, semi-sparkling wine, first introduced to the United States in 2005. Since then, the Stella Rosa brand has expanded and now has 15 types of semi-sparkling wine in the L’Originale collection and 5 Imperiale collection wines that are fully sparkling. Sparkling wine is the perfect wine for anyone, wine lovers and non-wine lovers. The semi-sweet, semi-sparkling aspect of each Stella Rosa wine makes them easy to enjoy, and even easier to pair with foods.
Stella-Platinum-Is-Crisp-And-Luxurious_1 Stella Rosa wines originate from a small town in Northern Italy, but have quickly become an American favorite. Stella Rosa are award-winning, semi-sweet, semi-sparkling wines that are not boring or too harsh to drink. Stella Rosa makes a variety of flavors that are easy to drink and Stella Platinum is one of them.


You hear the term “dry wine” all the time but do you really know what the “dry” part means? It is used to refer to the level of residual sugar in the wine. A dry wine will have no (or very little) residual sugar. Residual sugar gets converted into alcohol during the fermentation process, so the less residual sugar, the less sweet the wine is, and thus the more of a dry wine it will be.