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Lambrusco di Sorbara Zucchi NV

External Review by Astor Wines & Spirits:

A frizzante that's dry with firm acidity and aromas of fresh raspberries & violets. This is quite different than the inky, dark Lambrusco that you've most likely tasted in the past. The fruit is more red & the texture more delicate. Lambrusco is the name of the wine & refers to a large family of grapes much like Moscato or Pinot. This Lambrusco di Sorbara will evolve for years to come.

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External Reviews for Lambrusco di Sorbara Zucchi

External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/11/2007

A frizzante that's dry with firm acidity and aromas of fresh raspberries & violets. This is quite different than the inky, dark Lambrusco that you've most likely tasted in the past. The fruit is more red & the texture more delicate. Lambrusco is the name of the wine & refers to a large family of grapes much like Moscato or Pinot. This Lambrusco di Sorbara will evolve for years to come.


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
10/31/2008

A frizzante that's dry with firm acidity and aromas of fresh raspberries and violets. This is quite different from the inky, dark Lambrusco most people are used to. The fruit is redder and the texture far more delicate. The name "Lambrusco" actually refers to a large family of grapes, much like Moscato or Pinot. This Lambrusco di Sorbara will evolve for years to come.



Tasting Notes:

A violet-tinged red wine with aromas of ripe grapes, violets, cherries, and strawberries. The flavor is dry, yet light and well-balanced, with much attention given to the Lambrusco grape. Best served with hors d’oeuvres, meats, and roasts.

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