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6er Vorteils-Weinpaket - Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite 6er Vorteils-Weinpaket - Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite
4.5 liter(s) (5.91€ * / 1 liter(s))
70007-IT-RW-LA-001-6X-PKT
Cherubino Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro DOC - Medici Ermete Cherubino Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro DOC - Medici Ermete
0.75 liter(s) (7.19€ * / 1 liter(s))
70217-IT-RW-LA-0156-NV
Red wine medium sweet Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT) Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro DOC (IT)
Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite
0.75 liter(s) (6.00€ * / 1 liter(s))
70007-IT-RW-LA-001
Red wine Lambrusco medium sweet Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo
0.75 liter(s) (5.99€ * / 1 liter(s))
70697-IT-SW-LA-001-NV
Red wine Lambrusco medium sweet Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
Lambrusco Grasparossa frizzante secco DOC - Cantina Puianello Lambrusco Grasparossa frizzante secco DOC - Cantina Puianello
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0.75 liter(s) (8.40€ * / 1 liter(s))
70125-IT-SW-LA-001
Red wine Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco dry - sec Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT) Colli di Scandiano e di Canossa DOC (IT)
Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT 1,5 l Magnum - Cantine Riunite Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT 1,5 l Magnum - Cantine Riunite
1.5 liter(s) (3.99€ * / 1 liter(s))
70007-IT-RW-LA-002
Red wine Lambrusco medium sweet Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
Lambrusco Rosato Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite Lambrusco Rosato Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite
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70007-IT-RO-LA-001
Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco medium sweet Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
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12er Vorteils-Weinpaket - Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite 12er Vorteils-Weinpaket - Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite
9 liter(s) (5.85€ * / 1 liter(s))
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18er Vorteils-Weinpaket - Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite 18er Vorteils-Weinpaket - Lambrusco Rosso Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite
13.5 liter(s) (5.79€ * / 1 liter(s))
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Lambrusco Bianco Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite Lambrusco Bianco Emilia IGT - Cantine Riunite
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70007-IT-WW-LA-001
Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco medium sweet Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
- Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro Secco Frizzante DOC 2021 - Villa di Corlo
0.75 liter(s) (11.00€ * / 1 liter(s))
70011-IT-SW-LA-300-14
Red wine Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco dry - sec Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT) Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro DOC (IT)
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Lambrusco Primabolla Amabile frizzante DOC - Cantina Puianello Lambrusco Primabolla Amabile frizzante DOC - Cantina Puianello
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0.75 liter(s) (8.40€ * / 1 liter(s))
70125-IT-SW-LA-002
Red wine Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco mild - doux - sweet - dolce Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT) Reggiano DOC (IT)
Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo
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0.75 liter(s) (13.19€ * / 1 liter(s))
70730-IT-RW-LA-001-20
Red wine Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco Demi-sec - Medium Dry - Abboccato - Semi-Seco Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo
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0.75 liter(s) (10.25€ * / 1 liter(s))
70730-IT-RW-LA-002-20
Red wine Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco dry Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo
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0.75 liter(s) (20.65€ * / 1 liter(s))
70730-IT-RW-LA-003-20
Red wine Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco dry Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
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Lambrusco Doc Fratello Sole Semisecco - Cantine Riunite Lambrusco Doc Fratello Sole Semisecco - Cantine Riunite
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0.75 liter(s) (8.67€ * / 1 liter(s))
75221-IT-SW-BL-0132-NV
Semi-sparkling wine semi-dry Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT) Modena DOC (IT)
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Lambrusco Rosso Bio - Cantine Riunite Lambrusco Rosso Bio - Cantine Riunite
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0.75 liter(s) (5.27€ * / 1 liter(s))
70007-IT-SW-LA-0130-NV
Sparkling Wine medium sweet Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
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3er Kennenlernpaket - Lambruscos von Cantina Divinja 3er Kennenlernpaket - Lambruscos von Cantina Divinja
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70730-IT-RW-LA-001-3X-PKT
Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro Amabile Frizzante DOC - Villa di Corlo Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro Amabile Frizzante DOC - Villa di Corlo
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70011-IT-SW-LA-301-11
Red wine Semi-sparkling wine Lambrusco mild - doux - sweet - dolce Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT) Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro DOC (IT)
Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo Lambrusco Grasparossa DOC Secco Tappo R. Vino Frizzante - Villa di Corlo
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0.75 liter(s) (5.99€ * / 1 liter(s))
70697-IT-SW-LA-002-NV
White wine Lambrusco medium sweet Italy Emilia-Romagna (IT)
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6er Vorteils-Weinpaket - Lambrusco aus Italien 6er Vorteils-Weinpaket - Lambrusco aus Italien
4.5 liter(s) (7.02€ * / 1 liter(s))
402077-IT-LA-001-PKT

The DOP regions for Lambrusco wine from Modena

Around the city of Modena, from the foothills of the Apennines to the fertile lowlands, the Lambrusco production area is divided into 4 PDO regions. Each with an individual terroir, each with typical varieties of Lambrusco grape. 

  • Sorbara: Lambrusco from the DOP Sorbara is vinified from the Lambrusco di Sorbana grape variety of the same name. The variety produces low yields, which makes the wines a sought-after rarity. The vines are planted on the loose and sandy alluvial soil between the Secchia and Panaro rivers.
  • Salamino di Santa Croce: North of Modena lies the hamlet of Capri. From here, according to the Consorzio Marchio Storico dei Lambruschi Modenesi, the Lambrusco vines have spread throughout the surrounding countryside. The main focus of the local winegrowers is on the Lambrusco Salamino variety, which produces rich yields here. According to the DOP guidelines, other Lambrusco varieties and Fortana, so-called Uva d'Oro, may also be used for vinification to a small extent. On the fertile lowlands, characterized by sediments as well as sand, silt and clay, ruby red Lambrusco wines with purple hues are produced. On the palate, the wine is fresh, fruity and slightly acidic. Perfect for the Emilian cuisine, which has to offer with pasta dishes and roasts delicious. 
  • Modena: Lambrusco di Modena oriented to all Lambrusco grape varieties grown within the city limits. This cuvée was born already in the middle of the 18th century and has not lost its quality until today. 
  • Grasparossa di Castelvetro: from the dry areas of the hills to the lowlands, the Lambrusco Grasparossa vines thrive among the numerous castles and villas of the Emilia Romagna region. Thanks to the diversity of soils - sand, marl slate and limestone on the hill and silt sand and gravel in the valley - Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro develops into a structured and full-bodied sparkling wine.

Lambrusco like Italian

Some people use Lambrusco as a doorstop, because as soon as you place a large order with the Italian delivery service you trust, you get a Lambrusco on the house as a thank-you gift. But why is this sparkling wine so important to Italians, even though the quality usually leaves something to be desired? 

Quite simply. Because Lambrusco are actually sublime sparkling wines, provided you choose the right bottle. So let the fusel bottle do the job as a doorstop and reach for the high-quality Lambrusco wine - whether sweet, pearly or dry - and experience light enjoyment from all corners of Italy. 

Sometimes dry, sometimes sweet, but almost always sparkling

Whether red, white or rosé - Lambrusco comes in all colors. However, in 99 out of 100 cases it is a sparkling wine, which presents itself either dry as dust or wonderfully sweet, depending on the ageing process. Lambrusco is particularly famous for the latter. It is a synonym for the sweet life that is spoken of in dolce vita. Tasty, uncomplicated and without airs and graces. The freshly tapped Lambrusco wines are the perfect companion for sunny days in the deck chair and in an illustrious round under the parasol - provided that there is plenty of cooling.

Simply Lambrusco

Solo, the sparkling wine in the glass provides a perfect harmony of acidity and fruity bouquet and simply invites you to drink it. Sweet you could say, that pleases the pack. Why complicate things, too? Lambrusco is easy-going as well as frothy fun in the glass, which also cuts an excellent figure with Italian cuisine. Pizza, pasta, antipasti - the fruity aromas of cherry, strawberry and raspberry refined with a creamy sweetness complement hearty to acidic dishes in an entertaining way. Lambrusco is no less lively with Italian cured meats and pastries. It almost seems as if the Italian sparkling wine doesn't give a second thought and takes life as it comes - the main thing is that it is full of delicacies and cheerfulness

Lambrusco vs. Fragolino

Lambrusco and Fragolino - two fun-loving drops have met. The sparkling, fruity duo from Italy offers equally sweet enjoyment for all occasions. Both sparkling wines come from the vineyards around Modena - coincidence? Hardly. Rather, the local winemakers know how to celebrate life. So if you like Fragolino, you can't go wrong with Lambrusco

Things to know about Lambrusco
Which glass to use with Lambrusco?
The right wine glass for Lambrusco is by all means a larger white wine goblet.
Why does Lambrusco sparkle?
Lambrusco undergoes a second fermentation process with unfermented must in a pressure vessel at 2.5 bar. This enriches the wine in carbonic acid and turns it into a sparkling wine. Alternatively, the wine undergoes bottle fermentation, as is traditionally done, for example, with Crémant or even Champagne.
What does Lambrusco taste like?
The typical taste of Lambrusco is fruity and somewhat bitter, with a refreshing acidity. In addition, most Lambrusco sparkling wines have a slight sweetness. However, there are over 20 different Lambrusco grape varieties and thus many different flavors that a Lambrusco can express. It is not uncommon for the sparkling wine to show floral and fruity notes of cherry, strawberry, violet, raspberry and blackberry.
Is Lambrusco carbonated?
Lambrusco contains carbonic acid, which develops either through the second fermentation in a pressurized tank or by bottle fermentation.
Where does Lambrusco come from?
The actual origin of Lambrusco is uncertain. Today, the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna in particular is known for growing the most popular Lambrusco grape varieties. Thus, around the cities of Modena, Reggio Emilia and Sorbara grow the varieties Grasparossa, Salamino and Lambrusco di Sorbara, which are particularly popular in the local area.
Is Lambrusco sweet?
Whether a Lambrusco is vinified sweet or dry is decided by the winemaker. According to the wishes of the clientele, he can stop the fermentation with a cold shock. Depending on when the fermentation was stopped, the sparkling wine contains much or little residual sugar, resulting in either a dry Lambrusco or a sweet Lambrusco. However, Italian sparkling wines are usually aged dry.
How to drink Lambrusco?
Lambrusco should be drunk young. The ideal drinking temperature is between 13 and 14 °C The fruity, sparkling wine shows its strengths particularly in summer and is also an ideal ingredient in refreshing cocktails.
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