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Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro - Villa Cialdini

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Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro – Villa Cialdini

£13.99

PRODUCER Cavicchioli
COUNTRY Italy
REGION Emilia Romagna
GRAPE Lambrusco salamino
VINTAGE 2016
ALCOHOL CONTENT 11%
ORGANIC No
VEGETARIAN No
VEGAN No
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Description

Producer notes 

Villa Cialdini is the main house of the Azienda Agricola Castelvetro, an estate southeast of Modena that has been owned by the Chiarli family since 1860. Cousins Anselmo and Mauro Chiarli, who manage the family company, started the Castelvetro project in 2002. They built a state of the art winery to produce top quality Lambrusco. The estate is comprised of 70 hectares. The Grasparossa vineyards grow on the ancient gravel sediments of the Guerro stream, at altitudes of 70-150 metres above sea level.

Tasting notes

Ruby red in colour, with plenty of bright bubbles. On the nose it has a
fresh, pronounced and very fine fruity scent. On the palate the wine is
delicate, tangy and well-balanced, with pleasant refreshing acidity,
floral notes and forest fruits on the finish.

Additional information

Producer

Villa Cialdini

Country

Italy

Region

Modena, Emilia-Romagna

Grape

100% Lambrusco Grasparossa

Vintage

2017

Alcohol Content

11%

Organic

No

Vegetarian

No

Vegan

No

Food Pairing

This wine can be drunk as an aperitif. It also goes well with fish and salads

Tasting notes

Ruby red in colour, with plenty of bright bubbles. On the nose it has a
fresh, pronounced and very fine fruity scent. On the palate the wine is
delicate, tangy and well-balanced, with pleasant refreshing acidity,
floral notes and forest fruits on the finish.

Producer notes

Villa Cialdini is the main house of the Azienda Agricola Castelvetro, an estate southeast of Modena that has been owned by the Chiarli family since 1860. Cousins Anselmo and Mauro Chiarli, who manage the family company, started the Castelvetro project in 2002. They built a state of the art winery to produce top quality Lambrusco. The estate is comprised of 70 hectares. The Grasparossa vineyards grow on the ancient gravel sediments of the Guerro stream, at altitudes of 70-150 metres above sea level.

Production method

The Grasparossa grapes are picked at the end of September. Soft pressing of the grapes and immediate refrigeration is followed by settling and filtration. The must is preserved in stainless steel vats which are refrigerated. After the initial fermentation, the second fermentation takes placed in sealed, pressurised vats at 16-18° C for 90 days. The wine is stabilised at -3°C and Isobaric cold bottling of the wine is obtained with the charmat method.

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