Ca Berti "Robusco" Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro

SKU #1022339

This one is bubbly and addictive, a purple froth rises in the glass revealing an intense perfume of red fruits such as maraschino cherries and red currants with a note of zesty spice. The palate is reasonably dry, soft and quite persistent. Made from 85% lambrusco grasparossa and 15% malbo gentile.

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Staff Image By: Mike Parres | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/16/2011 | Send Email
The arrival of the spring months means, among other things, picnics and cookouts with generous platters of cold cuts, barbecued chicken, grilled vegetables, and a host of other marvels. What to drink with it all? Lambrusco! This one is one of my personal favorite. The purple froth on this is really amazing to watch rise in your glass. The intense perfume on the nose and the palate has lots cinnamon and clove spice. Black cherries, red currants and a hint of dustiness add to its complexity on the palate, give it a light chill and pour yourself a big glass.

Staff Image By: Greg St. Clair | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/9/2009 | Send Email
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I love the purple froth that bursts from the glass when the wine hits the bottom. Lovely bold, and powerful aromatics. In the mouth it is slightly sweet and the tannins make it seem much drier. The real key to this hand-harvested hilllside vineyard is the addition of 15% Malbo Gentile that really softens the tannins that normally dominate this wine and give it a really fun and flavorful finish. Serve it cold, have it with BBQ, burgers or just with your friends.
Drink from 2008 to 2010

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Alcohol Content (%): 12