Region: Modina Province
Lambrusco di Modena is produced in and around Modena, a city located in north-central Italy and famous for producing balsamic vinegar and some of the world's most famous cars, including the Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati. Modena lies in the heart of Emilia-Romagna's Lambrusco Zone.
In this wine region only Sorbara and Salamino grapes are permitted in the DOC designated wine. Lambrusco di Sorbana grapes tend to produce the highest quality Lambrusco. This grape variety has a tendency to drop its flowers, which reduces fruit yields and concentrates flavors. Cantina di Sorbara was founded in 1923 and is situated in the heart of Lambrusco di Sorbana DOC production area. It currently includes roughly 420 members who own 613 hectares (~1,500 acres) of vineyards, with an average production of 10,000 tons of grapes or 1,000,000 bottles. The oenologist is Michele Rossetto.
This deep red Semi-sparkling wine with red ripe fruit has sweet vinous aromas. The palate is effervescent with a rich fruity flavor, full bodied and a lively froth in the finish. Enjoy this wine now and serve it below room temperature with cheese, meat, vegetables, and even desserts.
|Winery||Cantina Di Sorbara|
|Varietal||Lambrusco Di Modena|
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