Denny Bini Lambrusco dell’Emilia
2 in stock
Region: Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Grape varieties: A blend of different Lambrusco varieties
Denny Bini Lambrusco dell’Emilia is a classic Emilian Lambrusco, with more depth to the fruit, since Denny works carefully in the vineyard.
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About Denny Bini Lambrusco dell’Emilia
Denny Bini Lambrusco dell’Emilia is a classic Emilian Lambrusco, with a more depth to the fruit, since Denny works so carefully in the vineyard: sweet-sour berries, with that classic Emilian bitter note on the finish.
- Delicious and terroir-driven
- Made by farmers (not tank-farms)
- Certified organic or practicing organic wineries in conversion
- Native grapes
- Native yeasts
- Low sulphur (45 mg/l or less of added SO2)
- Unfiltered or slightly filtered
- Dry farmed
Meet Denny Bini
For far too many years, Emilia has been an industrially-produced mediocrity. But, it is now home to a small but growing cell of artisanal producers. They are farming with care. They are also returning to the metodo ancestrale style of their great-grandfathers. Denny Bini is one of the humble heroes of this renaissance-revolution. He has slowly been changing his career. First, he was a historic cellar master of a well-known Lambrusco estate. Now, he is someone with his own vineyards and cellar of metodo ancestrale wines.
Denny makes a Lambrusco we love, Spuma. This is his bottle-fermented metodo ancestral made from the geeky high-acid Sorbara grape. It is an everyday drinking sparkling red Lambrusco from Emilia. A party wine. A pool pounder. Ready for a raucous meal. It’s delicious, a touch bitter, and goes down easy if you don’t overthink it (kinda like most family gatherings).
Denny’s a good person to visit. He’ll tell you about all the under-the-radar trattoria and agrotourism in the area. Look out for his bianco metodo ancestrale that’s he’s been planting vines for the last few years.