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Lambrusco is a red grape also used to made an Italian wine of the same name. The Lambrusco grapes originate in regions of Emilia-Romagna and Lombary. It has been discovered that the Etruscans cultivated this ancient variety, and it was prized during the Roman Empire. The Lambrusco was appreciated for both its high yield levels, and was said that two acres of the variety could be used to create much wine. At the close of the 20th century, over 60 varieties of this grape were discovered in Europe. The most planted variety is Lambrusco Salamino, while other varities include Lambrusco Grasparossa, Lambrusco Maestri, Lambrusco Marani, Lambrusco Montericco, and Lambrusco Sorbara.The wines created from the variety are typically slightly sparkling wines that are meant to be drunk while young. Sweet Lambrusco became extremely popular in the United States during the 1970s and 1980s. This wine is created in a variety of sweetness and dryness levels, and is known for its high acidity and berry aromas. The Lambrusco grape is not naturally sweet, but the wine is made sweet due to either a fermentation process or by blending in sweeter grape varieties. When the grape is not fermented or sweetened, the taste is somewhat bitter with a light strawberry flavor.

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Lambrusco Amabile Bruscus San Valentino Red 2018

Lambrusco Amabile Bruscus San Valentino Red is 100% Lambrusco from grapes grown in the province of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Traditional vinification methods combined with modern technology to produce wines of guaranteed quality. After the grapes are pressed, they are transferred to fermentation tanks where the must is racked off in an average of 70 hours. The wine then completes its first rapid fermentation process and passes to the slower fermentation phase, during which time it is racked off several times to improve its clarity. The wine is placed in an autoclave at strictly controlled temperatures wherein it undergoes a second fermentation. This is known as the Charmat Method. The temperature is controlled for full development of the bouquet and for the lively and natural sparkle so characteristic of this wine.
Deep ruby red with violet reflections and a fine perlage.
Intense vinous bouquet with hints of ripe red fruits.
Lively, fresh, sweet and inviting with bright fruit and a delightful sparkle.
Excellent by itself or with desserts of dark chocolate, gorgonzola, cheesecakes.

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