Reviewed on 2019-09-05
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Rating 88
Style Sparkling Rosé
Variety
Vintage NV
Appellation
Emilia-Romagna
Italy
ABV 11.5%
Price
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Perfect For

All-Day Sipping, Day Trips, Spicy Pairings

Drink If You Like

Chenin Blanc, Pinot Gris / Grigio , Ribolla Gialla

Cantina di Carpi Lambrusco di Modena DOC Spumante Rosato Brut NV Review

This lambrusco is made in a co-op with 1200 members, producing 450K hectoliters a year, with 5 huge stations dedicated to all phases of wine production. That’s a lot, and you would think that wine quality would be comprised. NOPE! This beautiful rosato made from Lambrusco Sorbara is true to the grapes tendency to lean more toward the pink-ish side, with soft, persistent bubbles and a refreshing, round palate that contains aromas of strawberries, watermelon and slight hints of candied fruit. This is the way Lambrusco should be done.

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Cantina di Carpi Lambrusco di Modena DOC Spumante Rosato Brut NV
This lambrusco is made in a co-op with 1200 members, producing 450K hectoliters a year, with 5 huge stations dedicated to all phases of wine production. That’s a lot, and you would think that wine quality would be comprised. NOPE! This beautiful rosato made from Lambrusco Sorbara is true to the grapes tendency to lean more toward the pink-ish side, with soft, persistent bubbles and a refreshing, round palate that contains aromas of strawberries, watermelon and slight hints of candied fruit. This is the way Lambrusco should be done.

Reviewed On: 09-05-2019
88
POINTS
Cantina di Carpi Lambrusco di Modena DOC Spumante Rosato Brut NV
This lambrusco is made in a co-op with 1200 members, producing 450K hectoliters a year, with 5 huge stations dedicated to all phases of wine production. That’s a lot, and you would think that wine quality would be comprised. NOPE! This beautiful rosato made from Lambrusco Sorbara is true to the grapes tendency to lean more toward the pink-ish side, with soft, persistent bubbles and a refreshing, round palate that contains aromas of strawberries, watermelon and slight hints of candied fruit. This is the way Lambrusco should be done.

Reviewed On: 09-05-2019