Make it a Stellaween with America’s #1 Imported Italian Wine
Los Angeles, Calif. – Stella Rosa, born through a rich family legacy, evolves with the spirit of the times when it comes to wine trends and popular culture. Just in time for Halloween, the Riboli Family of San Antonio Winery dresses up its award-winning semi-sweet, semi-sparkling Italian wines for the holiday.
The Stella Rosa Halloween Collection features four of the brand’s signature wines masked in a colorful, limited-edition art series. Just like any costume, what’s underneath remains the same: Stella Rosa’s vibrant combination of semi-sweet wine and lively effervescence.
- Two dancing skeletons play instruments on the Stella Rosa® Black, while the sultry wine bewitches with ripe blackberry, blueberry and raspberry flavors. (750ml in sleeve: $14.99; Magnum in silk screen print: $29.99)
- A mysterious Day of the Dead femme fatal strikes a pose in the Stella Rosa® Red, a wine with captivating ripe raspberry, wild strawberry, and red plum notes. (750ml in sleeve: $14.99)
- A pink with luring mountain berries and rose petals flavors, the Stella Rosa® Rosé is revamped with a skull engulfed in a myriad of flowers. (Magnum in silk screen print: $29.99)
- Rounding out the Stellaween squad is the Stella Rosa® Peach, with a hypnotizing, intricately adorned calavera and the wine’s delicate white peach and honey aromas. (750ml in sleeve: $12.99)
Produced using aromatic grapes sourced from Asti, in the Piedmont region of Italy, these light, flavorful wines have become the hallmark of Stella Rosa’s style. With a winemaking history dating back to 1917, the Riboli family has turned Stella Rosa into more than just a refreshing wine; it’s a lifestyle.
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About Stella Rosa Wines: Award-winning Stella Rosa wines originate from a small town in Northern Italy. Stella Rosa is a selection of wines created and imported by California’s Riboli Family Wine Estates, owned and operated by four generations since its establishment in 1917. For more information, visit www.stellarosawines.com.