Connecticut Distributors, Inc. (CDI), added Riondo Rosé Prosecco DOC to its portfolio. In 2020, the Prosecco Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC) consortium approved a long-debated proposal to permit the region’s sparkling rosé wines that meet specific criteria to bear the prestigious and globally recognized Prosecco DOC designation. As mandated by consortium regulations, Riondo Prosecco Rosé DOC is vintage-dated. The Riondo Rosé Prosecco DOC debut vintage is crafted from 90% Glera and 10% Pinot Noir. After a cold maceration, the grapes underwent primary fermentation at a controlled temperature. Secondary fermentation occurred in stainless steel pressurized tanks for two months, which meets the requirement for a 60-day vinification in a vat for Rosé Prosecco DOC.