LINI910 LABRUSCA LAMBRUSCO ROSSO N/V
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|Color/Type||Red, Natural Sparkling|
|Style||Sustainable & Classic|
|Barrels Aged||Stainless Steel|
|Grade/Grading||Reggiano DOP Lambrusco Rosso Secco (Protected Designation of Origin)|
|Grape Varieties||85% Lambrusco Salamino, 15% Ancellotta|
|Alcohol content||11% alcohol|
|Type of cork||Cork|
About the wine.
This is an avant-garde Lambrusco that overturns the image of Lambrusco being sweet. The soft bubbles and rich fruitiness of this wine will make many people fall in love with it.It has aromas of red fruits, especially raspberries and blueberries, balanced with rich flavors and a slightly tannic finish. This is a wine that goes well with all Italian dishes, white meat dishes, roasts, and Italian minestrone.
Lambrusco, a traditional micro-fermented wine from Emilia Romagna
Lambrusco is the name of an Italian micro-fermented wine made mainly from black grapes. The grapes and wine originate from four zones in Emilia-Romagna and one in Lombardy, mainly in the central provinces of Modena, Parma, Reggio Emilia and Mantua. Lambrusco has a long history of winemaking, with archaeological evidence showing that the Etruscans cultivated the grape. In Roman times, Lambrusco was highly regarded for its productivity and high yields.
There are three types of Lambrusco: dry (secco), semi-sweet (semi-secco), and sweet (dolce). The best wines tend to be secco or semi-secco, and different styles have different taste characteristics, tannins, acidity, and color. Some varieties have fragrant floral aromas such as rhubarb, violets, baking spices, pink grapefruit, orange peel, and pepper. Aromas of raisins, almonds, spices, and ripe fruit can also be detected.
Although they tend to be relatively inexpensive, they are unique wines that can be paired with a variety of foods and are not inferior to other wines.
The balance of tradition and innovation is wonderful in LINI910's Lambrusco.
About the Winery.
The Lini winery was founded in 1910 by the great grandfather Oreste in Correggio, in the heart of Emilia, just as the label says. In the last 100 years, the wine industry, especially Lambrusco, has changed dramatically and now Lambrusco is making a great comeback to the wine industry. The Rini winery has distinguished their Lambrusco from others, and after years of hard work, research and testing, they have developed the technique of making Lambrusco in Metodo Classico, which is also used for Champagne. Thanks to this wine, the Rini Winery was nominated in 2015 as one of the 100 best opera winemakers by Wine Spectator magazine. We are also proud of our balsamic vinegar, which is traditionally made in Reggio Emilia in small barrels. Rini Winery is a family business that has been in existence since my grandfather's time, and now, as the fourth generation of the family, we are bringing a new generation of Lambrusco to the world.
Currently, the winery is run by three siblings, the great-grandchildren of Mr. Lini Oreste
Fabio Rini, the father of the three brothers (far left), is the winemaker
Emilia Romagna ranks third among Italy's 20 wine-producing regions in terms of wine production. Grapes are planted on about 136,000 acres of land in this region. The vineyards benefit from a humid subtropical climate with almost no dry season, year-round rainfall, hot and humid summers, and thunderstorms. The rainfall provides mineral-rich soils and the hillsides help drain excess water.
The winery also boasts high quality balsamic vinegar
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