Explore Lambrusco, the amazing Italian sparkling red wine you may be missing out on

By Brian Lemay 4 comments


Hi. My name is Alberto Medici and I represent the fourth generation of a family that for over a 120 years has devoted itself in the production of wine in a region called the Emilia-Romagna. Lambrusco is an indigenous grape variety that grows in the heart of Emilia-Romagna in the two provinces called the Reggio Emilia and Modena. So let’s try Concerto. Ruby red color, and on the nose… we have fresh red fruits like strawberry, cherry, raspberry. Intense… Nose intense flavor of fresh red fruits. When we taste this wine, we can get the freshness due to the acidity which is a very important factor for Lambrusco. But acidity is so very well blended in the fruit so we get again the fresh red fruits that we had before on the flavor, we have the same fresh fruits on the palate. This is one of the few examples of red wines with bubbles. We call them Frizzante. For 7 years in a row, Lambrusco Concerto is always maintained at the beginning. It’s also the first Lambrusco to be mentioned in Wine Spectator and to have a very good rating on Wine Spectator.

4 Comments

S K

Nov 11, 2018, 4:30 pm Reply

Rip carbonation. Ruined.

Jesus F.

Feb 2, 2019, 10:46 pm Reply

Which wine is better. This Wine or Stella Rosa Black?

Chode Master

Feb 2, 2019, 6:02 pm Reply

I remember drinking this at the gianicolo hills overlooking rome at sunset

shay A

Jun 6, 2019, 7:36 am Reply

How much is a bottle?

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