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Lambrusco Rosato (Lini Oreste & Figli)

LINI, Lambrusco Rosato "Labrusca Lini 910", Emilia Romagna, Italy (2009)

Lambrusco Salamino, Ancellotta

DRY, LIGHT BERRY, HINT OF TANNIN, EFFERVESCENT

"Labrusca" is the Etruscan name for Lambrusco coming from the Latin labrum, meaning "edge." It is believed that Lambrusco grapes grew naturally along the edges of fields cultivated by the Etruscans food crops. Lini was established in 1910 and today is quite possibly the finest Lambrusco in all of Emilia Romagna. Fabio Lini and his daughter Alicia are responsible for this delicious dry, pink version of Lambrusco. Tart and thirst quenching with light tannin from the grape skins, this gentle pink wine has a firm backbone, perfect with picnic food.

Serving Suggestion: Chilled lightly, this dry rosato is picnic wine for everything from chicken salad, tuna salad, humus and veggies, chips and dip. At the dinner table, try a prosciutto and fresh mozzarella cheese pizza.

17.99

7 in stock

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Lambrusco Rosso "Labrusca Lini 910" (Lini Oreste & Figli)

Lini, Lambrusco Rosso "Labrusca Lini 910", Emilia Romagna, Italy

Lambrusco Salamino, Ancellotta

RICH, GRAPEY & SPICY. DRY & TANGY WITH MILD SPARKLE

The Lini Family has been making Lambrusco since 1910. "Labrusca" is the grape's ancient name, from the Latin labrum meaning "edge." It is believed that Lambrusco grew naturally around the edges of fields cultivated by Italy's ancient people, the Etruscans. Great, slightly bubbly red with lots of character and fun.

Serving Suggestions: In Emilia Romagna, they drink this lambrusco with lasagne, tagliatelle alla bolognese & tortellini in brodo.

17.99

38 in stock

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