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Lini 910 Lambrusco Rosso Labrusca 750ML  
Sku: 02937
The Lini family's "traditional" Labrusca Rosso is a perfect pairing for the classic dishes of Emilia like lasagne and tagliatelle alla bolognese, tortellini in brodo, and the region's famous cur ...more
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Country: Italy
Region: Emilia-Romagna
Sub-Region: Reggiano
Grape Varietal: Lambrusco
Type: Sparkling
Reg. $15.99
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Color Ruby red with notes of purple. Aroma Red fruits, in particular blueberry and raspberry. Palate Balanced with body, intensely flavorful with a slightly tannic finish.

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The Lini family's "traditional" Labrusca Rosso is a perfect pairing for the classic dishes of Emilia like lasagne and tagliatelle alla bolognese, tortellini in brodo, and the region's famous cured meats. Low in alcohol, with bright acidity and loads of fruit in the mouth, this gently sparkling red wine is the ideal complement to the rich foods of the Emilia region.
Food pairing
Traditional foods and lighter, more contemporary dishes, such as white meats, roasts and Italian minestrone (vegetable soup).

Producer
Celebrating its 100th year in 2010, the Lini winery was founded in 1910, in Correggio, Emilia-Romagna. Throughout the many changes, both in the production and consumption of wine, which have taken place over the last century, Lini’s winemaking philosophy has remained consistent and true. Wine is a living product, reflective of our history, culture and lifestyle. Any winemaker, including Lini 910, will claim to make wine according to their own personal taste rather than the latest wine trends. Yet a wine producer must not underestimate the importance of the consumer, and every decision, from the vineyard to the cellar, must be made with a view to presenting the public with a product of the highest possible quality. In the last ten years Italian wine has undergone a real ”Renaissance”, resulting in richer variety and a far more accessible domestic product. As a consequence of greater commercial success, a fashionable new wine culture is emerging.