SYLTBAR Prosecco vs SYLTBAR Sparkling Rose - not sure which to pick? Now you don’t have to. We’ve married Mr. & Mrs. SYLTBAR in our Tasting Couple. Mr. SYLTBAR, our Premium Prosecco, is straw-colored with notes of pear, golden apple, white peach with a hint of lemon. Mrs. SYLTBAR, our Sparkling Rose, is light pink with notes of citrus fruits and lychees. It's the perfect gift for anyone!
• Naturally produced Sparkling Prosecco by San Simone in Friuli, Italy
• 11.5% Alcohol Content
• 750ml (23oz) per bottle
• Double Fermentation, up to 4 months fermentation, only fruit sugar left
SYTLBAR, be happy, live healthy, drink SYLTBAR SYLTBAR sparkling products contain no added sulfites, no added sugar and is vegan. It is naturally produced by Italian winemaker san Simone, located in Friuli Italy, very close to Venice. Their winemaking process involves a 4-month fermentation period and uses 100% Glera grapes in the SYLTBAR Prosecco and 100% Merlot Grapes in the Sparkling Rose. Compared to many other producers who only have 85% Glera Grapes for their Prosecco and a Pinot Noir Grape blend for the Sparkling Rose. SYLTBAR is certified by the Miami Diabetes Research Institute to contain up to 4 times less glucose than competitor brands. The research also shows that SYLTBAR has the least amount of glucose in both the prosecco and sparkling rose. It means that while Mr. and Mrs. SYLTBAR have 49 and 63 calories per glass, competitor brands contain 100 to 160 calories. It’s clear, syltbar is the healthier choice Pick up your own bottle of SYLBAR at these locations nationwide. We’re also available in major restaurants across the country. What are you waiting for? Be happy, live healthy, drink SYLTBAR. Learn more about SYLTBAR on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SYLTBAR/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Syltbar Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/syltbar/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/syltbar/
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