Cantina della Pioppa Lambrusco di Modena
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Region: Emilia-Romana, Italy
Grape variety: 100% Lambrusco Salamino
Cantina della Pioppa Lambrusco di Modena is a organic, fizzy, chillable red from Italy. Tart raspberry, soft bubbles, and a fresh finish.
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About Cantina della Pioppa Lambrusco di Modena
Cantina della Pioppa Lambrusco di Modena is a organic, fizzy, chillable red from Italy. Tart raspberry, soft bubbles, and a fresh finish. An easy-to-drink, chillable sparkling red made from 100% Lambrusco Salamino. These grapes are from organic 15+-year-old vines planted in sandy-clay soils. After harvest, the fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks. Then, the wine sees bottling without fining or filtration.
About the Cantina di Carpi e Sorbara Cooperative
The Cantina di Carpi e Sorbara Cooperative is the maker of this fantastic Lambrusco. The Winemaking cooperative of Carpi and Sorbara has 1,200 members. As a result, the production capacity is about 450,000 wine hectoliters per year. Currently, the cooperative owns six wineries. Five wineries focus on winemaking. On specializes in bottling activities.
About Lambrusco di Modena
Since 1800, the term Lambrusco di Modena has referred to red sparkling wines. This is chiefly due to the production method, which consisted of a blend of the various Lambrusco grapes. These grapes are grown in the province of Modena, the name of the region’s capital. The many different vines called Lambrusco developed from the domestication of the Vitis silvestris by vinegrowers. These vines developed over the millennia, from prehistoric times, through natural selection.
The Salamino clone comes from the Lambrusco vine with the same name. The bunch of grapes is small, cylindrical, thin, compact, and tight. The berry is big and spheroidal, with a thin, bloomed, blue-colored skin. The flesh is juicy. Salamino grows with ease. Its grapes ripen in early October, after having ripened in the summer and autumn sunlight. As a result, the wine has an intense ruby red color with violet tinges. Notably, the bubbles have a mousse complexity. The scent is intense. fruity, fragrant, complex, recalling the aroma of the grape. The taste is full-flavored, balanced, balanced acidity, and fruity.