Inspired by Italy, Extracted from Australia, Made in Indonesia
What are the the first things that spring to mind when you think about Italy? History, great architectural buildings, arts, romance, and to be honest, there are many more. One of the other outstanding icon from Italy is its wine industry. Italy has long known for its food and wine, both of which play an important part in the country’s identity and culture.
Italian wine has been produced for over 4,000 years, and is considered the perfect environment to grow wine, largely due to the country’s climate (which is perfect for viticulture). Italy has an extensive grape variety, with the country growing and using more than 400 types of grapes to produce the eclectic range of wines they do today.
In short, many people are so enthusiastic to taste a bit of Italian wine and share the time on it. This is exactly what this Indonesian largest wine-maker is doing, with a little bit more innovative approached for Indonesian market.
Meet Bellissimo , a new sparkling wine recently launched by Dima International Wines. What differs this with other wine? The name Bellissimo is derived from an Italian term for ‘beautiful’, and extracted from frozen ultra-premium Australian grapes with a range of fruity aromas, including sweet black cherry and white floral, Bellissimo comes in an elegant slim bottle inspired by the beauty of Italy.
"Bellissimo is an Italian icon wine created from Bellissimo’s Australian vineyards with constantly produced lusciously flavorsome wine grapes" Mitch Hayhow, the winemaker of Bellissimo said recently.
It comes with two variants; Sparkling Moscato for white wine and Sparkling Dolce Rosso for red wine, both have a sweet, and refreshing taste on an affordable price.