There are few things better than finding a new wine that I love. And while I normally love big, full-bodied reds, the warmer weather has me craving something a little lighter for patio sipping.
Which is why I am thrilled to tell you about Mia Rosa: a semi-sparkling, semi-sweet, low-alcohol wine made in Northern Italy and brand new to Ohio. In fact, Ohio is the first state in the country to sell Mia Rosa in stores!
Mia Rosa is available in Dolce Rosso and Moscato. Both are sweet, without being overly sugary or syrupy. The Dolce Rosso is the perfect option for those of us who love red, but are craving something a little lighter. And the Moscato paired beautifully with shrimp pesto.
Mia Rosa is perfect for brunch, an afternoon on the porch with a good book, or a girls night in. I love that it’s not overly sweet, which makes it easy to pair with food. And the light bubbles give the wine a crisp freshness.
Since Mia Rosa is great for so many different occasions, I started thinking about how many things in my life would be made better with bubbles. From laundry to Kindermusik class (let’s be honest, you can only sing The Wheels on the Bus so many times) to paying bills, sometimes a little bit of bubbles can go a long way to making life more fun.
To help you have some fun too, I have two bottles of Mia Rosa to give away (one of Dolce Rosso and one of Moscato) and so I want to know what in your life would be made “better with bubbles.” Here’s how to enter (you must do both of these steps):
2. Take a creative picture of something in your life that would be made #BetterWithBubbles and share it on Instagram, tagging @miarosawine and @whycle in your caption, as well as using the hashtags #BetterWithBubbles and #SweetSassyClassy.
For additional entries, you can also:
You must be 21 years of age or older to participate in this giveaway.
The giveaway will close on Friday, June 24 at 11:59pm and the randomly-selected winner will be notified the following day. Good luck and cheers!
***Disclosure: I was asked to help promote Mia Rosa Wine. In exchange, I received two bottles of Mia Rosa for myself and two bottles to give away. As always, all opinions (or desires to have a glass of wine before Kindermusik) are 100% my own.***