|Region:||Italy » Veneto|
The winery is named after the family of the same name, who have lived in Lake Garda in Italy’s Veneto for centuries. Their name can be found on the Medlieval tower in Verona’s Piazza delle Erbe. This is one of Italy’s most traditional regions, and this winery is known for creating modern takes on those classic wines. Their wines are made with a focus on innovation, while staying true to their heritage and cultural past.– Description from Amanda Schuster
Very pretty on the nose with early floral notes that are joined by slightly exotic hints of lychee over a dusty base of pear, raw almond and lime pith fruit. Open and very clear in the mouth with slightly coarse bubbles that don’t detract from the love...
|Region:||Italy » Veneto » Valpolicella|
|Varietal:||Corvina , Rondinella , Cabernet Sauvignon , Molinara|
beautiful jelly-pomegranate color, delicious berries aroma and delicate taste. I could say it's close to zinfandel but much more mild...
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Varietals Produced by Lamberti View all
History of the grape: Trebbiano is one of the world’s most widely planted white grape varietals, not only for wines, ...
History of the grape: References to a lightly sparkling wine in the Veneto date back to the 1100s, but it was much sw...
History of the grape: There are 6th century written documents by Cassiodoro, a magistrate of Visigoth King Theodorus,...
The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
Page 1 of 3Lamberti on Snooth
Great value here for a sub-15 dollar bottle. The nose is delicate - I picked up some white peach, meyer lemon, marzipan, and sweetgrass. More of the same on the palate - soft and light. Mouthwatering but soft/tangy acidity and surprisingly long length. I really appreciated the length of this simple and delicate wine. Definitely quaffable. Read More
Had a glass at the Seattle airport and thought it was very light and crisp. I'm not a white drinker, but this was a very refreshing wine with a smooth finish. Read More
Very pretty on the nose with early floral notes that are joined by slightly exotic hints of lychee over a dusty base of pear, raw almond and lime pith fruit. Open and very clear in the mouth with slightly coarse bubbles that dont detract from the lovely lemon juice and creamy apple flavors. This has a touch of astringency to it that refreshes th... Read More
I’m rounding out my reviews of sparkling wines with a few from Italy. ... bright, fresh fruit. 90ptsNV Lamberti Prosecco Extra Dry 11% $13Very pretty on the nose with early floral notes that are joined by slightly exotic hints of lychee over a dusty base of pear, raw almond and lime pith fruit. Open and very clear in the mouth with slightly co... Read More
beautiful jelly-pomegranate color, delicious berries aroma and delicate taste. I could say it's close to zinfandel but much more mild... Read More
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Smells a bit more winey with a bit of unripe banana and some sourdough bread yeasty notes. A bit of cooked apple/apple sauce as well. Nice bubbles. Tastes equally appley. Read More
This wine has great color in that it is deep garnet with a a brick colored rim. Ripe black berries, earthy, woodsy, dried ginseng and chinese Rhizoma roots make up a aromatic nose. Similar flavors on the palate with medium tannins and a bittersweet aftertaste and medium finish with little acidity. Read More
Try with game and roasts, cold cuts and seasoned cheese. Read More
New to tasting so take this with a grain of salt. I wasn't expecting much from this but was pleasantly surprised. Nice, smooth, fruity - thought I caught a hint of apple in there but like I said, this is new to me. Mildly sweet finish - all in all I enjoyed it and can see myself picking up another bottle or two (although I primarily drink reds). Read More
Dec 25, 2010
I'm holding a 1974 and a 1977 Lamberti Bardolino dry red. Any suggestions?