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Wine Spectator: "Easy-drinking and tangy, this frothy sparkler features crushed raspberry, white cherry, sliced almond and citrus peel notes. (AN, Web Only-2015)" K&L Notes: Exuberant is the word to describe this wonderful wine. A generation ago, legions of mass-produced, sweetened-for-the-U.S.-market Lambrusco flowed all over America, ruining the reputation of the DOC until now. Today Lambrusco is enjoying an incredible rebirth amongst lovers of clean, fresh, dry, fruit character with a hint of bubbles. A perfect aperitif, you won't be able to keep tha...
Price: $15.99

Wine Spectator: "Light-bodied and dry, with hints of creamy almond paste, dried apple and subtle citrus. Light finish. Drink now. (Web-2011)" K&L Notes: Fabio Lini, the enologist at Cantina Lini, makes this wonderfully light, bright Lambrusco by not allowing any contact with the skins during fermentation. His "Labrusca" Bianco was inspired by the wines that local farmers made in Fabio's youth. Labrusca Bianco "has a scent of red apples and white grapes," writes Ray Isle, wine editor for Food & Wine Magazine, "and a racy zestiness that makes it an ideal ...
Price: $14.99

The Lini Family has been making Lambrusco since 1910. "Labrusca" is the grape's ancient name, from the Latin labrum meaning "edge." It is believed that Lambrusco grew naturally around the edges of fields cultivated by Italy's ancient people, the Etruscans. The Lini family's "traditional" Labrusca Rosso is a perfect pairing for the classic dishes of Emilia like lasagne and tagliatelle alla bolognese, tortellini in brodo, and the region's famous cured meats. Low in alcohol, with bright acidity and loads of fruit in the mouth, this gently sparkling red wine...
Price: $14.99

From Ray Isle, Food & Wine's wine editor: "I recently tasted some artisanal Lambruscos that will make you forget you ever heard the word Riunite. The producer is Lini, and the wines are made by fourth-generation winemaker Alicia Lini, whose family has been producing Lambrusco in Correggio, in Reggio Emilia, since 1910. This isn't zillion-case production plonk, as a lot of Lambrusco is; these are fresh, vibrant sparkling wines, ideal for summer drinking, and not overwhelmingly expensive, either. [The Rosé offers] crisp strawberry aromas, and bright strawb...
Price: $14.99


As Vinous notes: "Paltrinieri is... the best producer of Lambrusco di Sorbara today." Across their broad portfolio, the wines show excellent refinement, finesse, and elegance. The family run estate dates back to 1926 and has in recent years been at the forefront of drawing a resurgence of interest in Lambrusco. When it comes to delicious, quaffable, and food friendly bubbles, you won't do much better.
Price: $19.99


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Villa Zarriā€”a distiller in Emilia Romagna with a stunning portfolio of traditional Italian spirits and impeccable aged brandies. The Cognac-style spirits are distilled on an alembic pot still by Guido Zarri from trebbiano (the Italian name of ugni blanc) and aged in French Limousin oak. Just a stunning deal in the modern world of high-end mature spirits. The 21 year old brandy from Guido Zarri is a burst of elegant fruit, rich oak, and full-bodied weight without the use of any coloring or sweetening agents like we see with many Cognacs. It tastes like a ...
Price: $89.99


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