Lambrusco is a red sparkling wine from Emilia Romagna in Northern Italy.
It is typically made with the Charmat technique and ranges from bone dry to super sweet.
Fresh Berries. Strawberries. Blueberries.
Hint of Bitterness.
Dry Lambrusco is fruity with good acidity and low-alcohol. Very PORK friendly.
Gnocco Fritto. Tigelle. Salumi. Tapas. Prosciutto. Mortadella.
Pizza. Lasagne. Tortellini. Tortelloni di Zucca.
Spicy and Ethnic Food. Mediterranean. Indian. Pulled Pork Wraps.
BBQ Ribs. Burgers. Poultry. Fried veggies.
Cheese. Parmigiano. Grana.Sweet Lambrusco loves fruity desserts.
This wine tastes perfect when served cool.
Modena has more to offer than Ferrari, Lamborghini and Balsamico.
In the 70's Lambrusco was Italy's most exported wine.
Now this light and bubbly wine is on its way back.
The key is quality.