Cantina di Soliera Lambrusco Salamino di Santa Croce DOC - Boutinot
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Cantina di Soliera Lambrusco Salamino di Santa Croce DOC NV

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Cantina di Soliera

The Salamino variety (so called because the bunch resembles a salami) is grown close to the Sorbara region and, like Lambrusco di Sorbara, its wines are typically fresh, vibrant and best drunk young. But Salamino has more colour and body, and the underlying sweetness is nicely balanced by bracing acidity, so works well with food.

Meet the producer

This new range of high quality Lambrusco is a partnership between the Soliera cooperative and Medici Ermete, one of the...

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Production

Produced by natural fermentation of Lambrusco Salamino grapes, sourced in the zone north of Modena where the vines grow in clay soils.

Tasting notes

Ruby red in colour, this is a lightly sparkling, semi-dry Lambrusco (around 25g/l residual sugar) with bright aromas of redcurrant and strawberry, and floral hints. Ripe cherry and berry fruit on the palate with a refreshing spritz.

Food match

Serve with burgers, cured meats, and pasta dishes.

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