The legendary Lambrusco is an Italian red wine well known abroad. Especially in the US, for a long time it was famous with the generous name of "red champagne", due to the fact that it is one of the few sparkling reds. The grapes with which it is produced are grown for the most part in Emilia Romagna, in the provinces of Modena and Reggio, and in Mantua, in Lombardy.
Jewel of the Modena eno-gastronomic sector, the famous Italian Lambrusco is characterized by the scent of violets, good value for money and versatility. Wine capable of having its say both as an ingredient in many traditional Emilia-Romagna gastronomic specialties (for example salami) and in the kitchen in typical dishes such as cotechino or zampone, it also knows how to make a good impression on the occasion of cocktails, which see it as protagonist together with other alcohol or fruit.
This supple red wine is also capable of exhibiting prestigious labels. Above all, the Sorbara, one of the four recognized Lambrusco DOCs. The others are Salamino di Santa Croce, Reggiano and Grasparossa di Castelvetro.