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Lambrusco Secco Terre Verdiane Zoom

Lambrusco Secco Terre Verdiane

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Vines: Lambrusco Maestri e Marani
Alcohol content: 11% vol
Serving temperature: 8°/10° C
Denomination: Emilia I.G.T.
Color: Red
Quantity: 0,75 l
Production: Cantine Ceci, Parma, Italy


Availability: In stock

€16.90 €13.75
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    Lambrusco Terre Verdiane’s rich and deep, tasty of fresh and fruity flavor. It perfectly accompanies typical main courses of local cooking, such as roasted, braised and stewed meats. The whole cheering mood of Lambrusco can be found in the landscape of Verdi’s music: sparkling, deep, lively, perfumed and colorful, a mood in wich only Parmesan country can be soaked.

    Red like wrath, sparkling like life itself, as clear as friendship, Lambrusco invites to a high tones banquet, with this land’s such different flavors, blending them in a unique hymn of joy: the bright joy of this Lambrusco. In these Lands only, finds its birth a wine wich merges with air, rich of scents and chants, while merely pouring it out. These are not ordinary hymns, on the contrary they’re lively, sparkling, uncommon arias, inspired by Verdi’s operas.

    Only the places which inspired Giuseppe Verdi’s music could generate such a wine... It has the power of a companions’ song, of a friendly drink, of a debate between old experts in food and women. This Lambrusco only is able to arouse strong emotions, to move your soul, to always surprise.

    About Lambrusco wine:

    Lambrusco is the name of both a red wine grape and an Italian wine made principally from the grape. The grapes and the wine originate from four zones in Emilia-Romagna and one in Lombardy, principally around the central provinces of Modena, Parma, Reggio nell'Emilia, and Mantua. The grape has a long winemaking history with archaeological evidence indicating that the Etruscans cultivated the vine.In Roman times, the Lambrusco was highly valued for its productivity and high yields with Cato the Elder stating that produce of two thirds of an acre could make enough wine to fill 300 amphoras.

    The most highly rated of its wines are the frothy, frizzante (slightly sparkling) red wines that are designed to be drunk young from one of the five Lambrusco denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) regions: Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro, Lambrusco di Sorbara, Lambrusco Salamino di Santa Croce, Lambrusco Reggiano, and Lambrusco Mantovano. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Lambrusco was the biggest selling import wine in the United States. During that time the wine was also produced in a white and rosé style made by limiting the skin contact with the must. (Source: Wikipedia)

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