Lambrusco Reggiano Secco, i Quercioli
Lambrusco has undergone a renaissance. This Italian wine from the Emilia-Romagna region is now almost exclusively ruby-red, a lot drier and has a higher alcohol content (although still a lot less than other red wines). Deep, complex and savoury but still sparkling, it has become the ideal accompaniment for Italian food. Buy a bottle to go with your next lasagne and enjoy it slightly chilled for the full-on Italian experience.
A blend of two Lambrusco grapes, one of them Lambrusco Salamini gets its name from the similarity the grape clusters have to salami sausages. But the closest you'll get to it in flavour is enjoying it while nibbling on parma ham or parmesan. Instead you'll find this bright, ruby red sparkler dry and fruity with enticing violet aromas.Learn More