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2019 Paltrinieri "Leclisse" Lambrusco di Sorbara

SKU #1517182 95 points Wine Enthusiast

Outer quote mark Absolutely delicious, this elegant, fragrant wine offers enticing aromas of violet, red berry, citrus and baking spice. The bone-dry, foaming palate delivers strawberry, raspberry and red cherry, accented with cinnamon and ginger notes. Crisp acidity gives it a pristine, quenching finish that leaves you wanting more. *Editors' Choice* (KO) Inner quote mark (12/2020)

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Outer quote mark The 2019 Paltrinieri Lambrusco di Sorbara Leclisse is fresh and floral, complicated by crushed stone minerality and white smoke. Vibrant acids and salty minerals set the stage for notes of tart young cherry and savory spice, resulting in a tense and dry finale. The Leclisse is produced through the Charmat method, and spends three months resting on the lees prior to bottling. (EG) Inner quote mark (5/2020)


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By: Dejah Overby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/24/2021 | Send Email
Hold on to your enamel with this one! This is possibly the driest styled Lambrusco I've come across thus far. The aromas live in the citrus territory with a bit of tropical suggestions. Think of tangerine, ruby red grapefruit with a starfruit backup then somewhat of salted nori folds in. I am a fan of this because I really love trocken wines but know that this is a borderline tester of ones caliber to handle acidity. Fat or something just as acidic will be its best partner to pair with.

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