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Why I recommend Bollino Rosso Lambrusco Cuvée Charmat Caprari Method
Lambrusco Bollino Rosso produced with Lambrusco Reggiano Ancellotta and Lambrusco Salamino grapes. It tends to be a little sweet due to the contribution of the partially fermented must of the Ancellotta grape. Fermentation with the Charmat method makes it sparkling and pleasantly drinkable, adapting to every demanding palate. With a good supply in the fridge. Dinners will never be boring
Characteristics of Lambrusco wine Cuvée Charmat method
Bollino Rosso Lambrusco Cuvée Charmat Method Caprari Ca' De' Medici fine Lambrusco wine, has a marked ruby red colour, fermented in an autoclave with the Charmat method, the wine is sparkling with an excellent evanescent foam and fine perlage. Rich bouquet a mix of ripe fruit. In the mouth it is sparkling, fresh, pleasantly drinkable, with a good persistence in the finish. Excellent alcohol content 11.00% vol.
Recommended pairings with Lambrusco red wine
Lambrusco Cuvée Charmat method with Parma ham based appetizers; first courses, excellent with Emilian delicacies: pasta, meats, cold cuts and tigelle tortellini, ribollita, stews, fish soups with cherry tomatoes and black pepper, aged Parmesan, dried fruit
Uncork the Lambrusco Cuvée Bollino Rosso Caprari Ca' De' Medici at the moment and serve at a service temperature between 10 - 12°C in a Burgundy chalice.
A.D.1911, founded by Remigio Medici, today the company is in its fourth generation. The founder leaves the business, due to sudden death, to his 21-year-old eldest son Regolo. Remigio began to focus on the production and sale of bottled Lambrusco...