Proteau Rivington Spritz
A unique flavor-forward botanical sparkling aperitif made to elevate any moment or experience.
Proteau’s second offering brings similarities of a fresh Lambrusco and typical spritz, but with deeper complexities. This refreshing & bright non-alc aperitif is driven by strawberry, chamomile, rhubarb, hibiscus, and a touch of artisanal Champagne vinegar.
What does it taste like?
- Proteau stays true to its mission by delivering a balanced concoction of bitter, floral, & fruit
- Nose: a bouquet of fruity, earthy, & vegetal notes
- Palate: bubbly, light body, bitter & tart, gentian root, flowers of hibiscus & chamomile, vibrant strawberry & rhubarb, purple carrot, with a smooth yet slightly acidic finish
- Conclusion: refreshing & lively with flavor that packs a punch, this drink owns the summer
- Complexity without the mixology, we love serving the Rivington Spritz ice cold straight out of the bottle and into a wine glass, also goes great with a splash of sparkling water on ice with an orange peel
- Refrigerate after opening, drink on the spot for the most bubbles & flavor
Good to know
- Made in USA
- 750ml bottle
- 20 calories per serving
- No added sugar (3g per serving)
- 0.008% alcohol
Ingredients: Water, Champagne Vinegar, Strawberry Juice Concentrate, Chamomile Extract, Rhubarb Da Huang, Hibiscus Extract, Gentian Root Extract, Purple Carrot Extract, Xanthan Gum.
Strong & potent smell/flavor. Very good for my palate but I can imagine this one getting mixed reviews because its really unique.
Overall has a good flavor, a bit too earthy for me, relatively strong smell of vinegar and pretty strong vinegar taste that really covers most of the fruity notes. Would reccomend mixing with other drinks for best results.
The palate and nose described on this site is accurate, however this one was a tad too earthy and vegetable tasting for my liking. Also not enough fizz on its own for me to drink as a straight spritz. I’ve mixed it with tonic water, soda water, mineral waters and flavoured ones as well, and they all have very different reactions and bring out different notes. Some mixes were better than others, but I definitely had fun experimenting with it.