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The Tuscan wine grape also known as Lambrusco Italy Art

The Tuscan wine grape also known as Lambrusco Italy Art

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the Tuscan wine grape also known as Lambrusco, Italy

After my tasty wine “visit” to Sicily (read about it here), my glass is still full of Italian Wine. But now, I'm “visiting” Emilia-Romagna and tasting oft ...

Ferrarini Lambrusco is a bright, vibrant, medium-bodied red brimming with aromas and

Lambrusco is the name of both a red wine grape and an Italian wine made principally

An Evening With Lambrusco Wines, Reggio Emilia Italy

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Another type of Lambrusco to try is the Lambrusco Salamino, so named because of the shape of the grape cluster which resembles the shape of salami.

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A few months ago, I wrote about a wine being imported by my friend Matt, who is a co-owner of the Wine Bottega in the North End of Boston, ...

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The exceedingly high quality of the Barbera and Bonarda grapes cultivated in the Parma hills has resulted in this wine of outstanding personality.

Both wines had fairly high acidity which is needed to cut through the fatty pork (prosciutto anyone) and rich parmesan for which the Emilia-Romagna region ...

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The berries are deeply colored and can provide quite a bit of tannic grip to the finished wine, and Salamino-based Lambruscos are typically heavier-bodied ...

Ancellotta: Colli di Faenza, Colli di Scandiano e di Canossa, Lambrusco Salamino,

I also had the opportunity to taste Lini 910's regular Lambrusco bottling ($17), which their website says is 85% Salamino and 15% Ancelotta, ...

Nose with prominent minerality, a fragrance that opens immediately with floral and fruity notes. A fragrant strawberry, raspberry and grapefruit. It also ...

Grape Variety: 100% Lambrusco di Sorbara

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Bet you didn't guess that my first tasting at Vinitaly 2017 was going to be a Lambrusco! This is Tenuta Pederzana's Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro and ...

The tips I got for picking wine out among the many choices came from a fantastic Italian blog ...

Last week, I started a new series called Know Your Malvasia where I take a look at different Malvasia-named grapes and explain where they're grown and how ...

This wine is produced from the Lambrusco Grasparossa variety. Although not possessing great vigour, the vine is distinguished by a special characteristic: ...

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I was able to get my hands on a bottle when I recently visited the Finger Lakes region of New York. I picked up a bottle of the 2008 vintage from Fulkerson ...

The Lambrusco Salamino vine is vigorous, ensuring a prolific and constant yield. Its grapes ripen in early October, having stored all the light and heat of ...

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Join me as I demystify the various wine grape varietals. Learn all about the characteristics of each wine grape, and get suggestions of great examples made ...

Palazzo Vecchio Lambrusco Mantovano, Lombardy, Italy label

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Lambrusco is the name of both grape and wine. True Lambrusco is neither sweet or white, and contains at least 11 percent alcohol.

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What could be better on a hot day? It should be served chilled, the bubbles cut the rich food and the wine has only 11.5% alcohol.

Talk to people familiar with the grape and they'll tell you that Teroldego grows in Trentino and nowhere else; in fact, Bastianich and Lynch (in their Vino ...

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Some wines suffer from stereotyping through no fault of their own, Lambrusco one of my favorite wines to pair with many Italian delicacies from prosciutto ...

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And then we had a try of some CA wine - not too bad ;)

I was able to try two different wines, one from Sicily and one from Giglio, made from the Inzolia/Ansonica grape. The first was the 2009 Ansonaco from ...

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Bunches of grapes Lambrusco, a typical Italian grape ready to be pressed - Stock Image

As mentioned above, the Nero per Sempre was sent to me as a sample bottle (online store here), and I'm not sure what retail on the bottle would be, ...

But what is lacking in quantity is more than made up for in quality, always of the highest.

Taste: Slightly fizzy, bit mid body with surprisingly little fruit. Somewhere between Sangria and Lambrusco. Long and dry finish

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Organic Unique high quality bottle fermented Lambrusco from Modena – San Polo di Castelvetro.

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Mid-20th century Americans loved wines such as Riunite, André Cold Duck, Chianti Martini & Rossi Rosso. But how do those sips measure up now?

Red sparkling Lambrusco wine in Modena Italy

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Cavicchioli & Figli Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro Amabile, Emilia-Romagna, Italy label

The first wine that I was able to try was the 2005 Teroldego Rotalino (the official DOC name of the region in Trentino where most Teroldego is grown, ...

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Besides Brachetto d'Acqui and possibly Symphony, I don't know that I've really written very much about sweet or dessert wines. Even though I happen to be a ...

Taste Lini's Labrusca range of Lambrusco, this Wednesday, September 30 from 6-8pm at Uva Wines in Williamsburg, Brooklyn!

Initially it was considered a holy wine destined for consumption during the Christian festivals. The grapes are picked at the end of ...

Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI is made following a unique and traditional methodology from partially fermented, cooked or concentrated grape must obtained ...

An Encounter with Amazing Lambrusco Wines, Reggio Emilia

Lambrusco comes from the ...

Tasting Lambrusco in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy

I mentioned yesterday that my friend Joe Godas over at Curtis Liquors in Weymouth invited me to his back room to sample a Mavrotragano from Santorini, ...