Highly aromatic, Fizz56 sparkles with the hint of candied rose petals and soft berry notes
Tantalizing flavors of raspberry, strawberry and cherry dance on the tip of your tongue
Fizz56 comes from a small winery nestled in the heart of Piedmonte, known for their outstanding Brachetto. Brachetto is a grape native to Italy and rare in other wine-growing regions of the world. The Brachetto grape is a light-bodied red grape, highly aromatic and naturally effervescent. Consequently, Fizz56 Brachetto Spumante is a sparkling, red, sweeter, Italian wine made of 100% Brachetto, which we are very proud to import to the United States. Fizz56 is more than just a wine, though. It is as sweet as a first kiss but as seductive as the memory of it. A brand designed with Millennials in mind, Fizz56 begs to be talked about and tasted. A showstopper that is not only alluring, but also irresistibly delicious. Glamorous and exciting, Fizz56 fits into a nightclub scene with ease; but bubbly and charming, it also pairs beautifully with a romantic evening for two. As an aperitif or the perfect complement to dessert, fizz56 Brachetto Spumante is a deliciously irresistible way to celebrate any occasion.
Grape Variety Used:
100% Piedmonte DOC Brachetto
Length/Type of Fermentation:
100% Stainless Steel Fermented
|It began innocently enough: a couple of brothers-in-law sitting around debating the subject of good and bad beer. Instead, their search for a decent ale led them to brew their own. Given Mr. Firestone’s winemaking bias and Mr. Walker’s complete lack of fermentation experience, they believed 60-gallon oak barrels were the appropriate vehicle in which to create their perfect elixir.
OK, so initial attempts were forgettable. But like so many great ideas, out of that disaster was born a handy invention – the Firestone Union. Based on classic brewing traditions from Burton-Upon Trent, this bizarre and unlikely system of linked barrels has the ability to produce rich and complex ales. In 1996 the accidental duo shelved their endless discussion on better beers and settled for building a world-class brewery that bore their names on California’s Central Coast……the debate was now over.