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Stella Rosa Launches Stella Pink Aluminum

Posted on July 12, 2017

From within the tasting rooms of San Antonio Winery, customers repeatedly requested a sweeter, light, refreshing wine. The Riboli family took this unique opportunity to create a new semi-sweet, semi-sparkling wine style, which today, they are a leader of. And so, Stella Rosa was born.

Stella Rosa was created 14 years ago by California’s Riboli Family, now celebrating 100 years of award-winning winemaking. “We wanted to fill a void in the wine industry with an easy-to-drink semi-sweet, semi-sparkling wine,” said vice president Steve Riboli. “We created a wine perfect for the new wine consumer, and they responded.” It quickly became the U.S.’s favorite wine in its category. Stella Rosa is America’s number one imported Italian wine and the second fastest growing brand among the top 30 wine brands nationwide, according to Nielsen data (Total US xAOC; 52 w/e 12-31-2016).

The NEW Stella Pink Aluminum is flirty, fun, and young are the words to describe Stella Rosa Pink, the semi-sweet, semi-sparkling wine that is understated. She’s a tease on the eyes but means business on the palate. Stella Rosa's 8.5 oz aluminum single-serves serve the purpose for wine anytime, they’re easy to carry, easy to pack, easy to drink, look stylish, can go anywhere with you and you’re going to love them! Stella Rosa aluminum single-serve wine comes in our most popular flavors, Black and Platinum and NOW Pink at a suggested retail price of $4.99

Whether you’re looking for a bottle to open when hosting a party or you’re looking to grab something on-the-go, Stella Rosa has a fit for you.

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.


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