Wine Tastings Lambrusco
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More information on Lambrusco
The territory enclosed between the provinces of Reggio Emilia, Parma and Modena is known also as the lands of Lambrusco. In this area, which overlaps partly with the famous ‘food valley’ of Italy, you’ll have the opportunity to discover some of the most authentic Italian flavors during some unique wine tastings, food tours and visits to the local restaurants and wineries.
During your winery visits in the Lambrusco area you will be able to taste a wide variety of Lambrusco wines. In total, there are 7 Lambrusco DOCs, some of which include different subtypes. The most famous ones are the ones from Modena and Reggio Emilia, and overall, they are characterized by a low alcohol percentage, a good balance between sweetness and tartness, and marked fruity notes. What used to be a peasant wine, made by bottling pressed grapes with their skins and some residual sugar to allow a second fermentation in the bottle, is now a wine famous for its pleasantness and easy drinking.
Which food to taste in Lambrusco?
When visiting wineries for a Lambrusco wine tasting, you will often be offered a traditional selection of cold cuts with gnocco fritto (leavened fried dough), with which Lambrusco pairs perfectly. While in this part of Emilia Romagna, you will also have a great array of delicious traditional Italian recipes and top-quality products available to taste: think of tagliatelle al ragù, tortellini, lasagne, but also Prosciutto di Parma, Culatello di Zibello, Mortadella di Bologna, Parmigiano Reggiano.
Which wines to taste in Lambrusco?
Depending on the area, your Lambrusco wine tastings will include wines made with different varieties of Lambrusco, which can be considered more like a family of vines. The most famous Lambrusco varieties include Lambrusco Grasparossa, Lambrusco di Sorbara, Lambrusco Salamino, Lambrusco Marani and Lambrusco Maestri.
Which is the best season to visit Lambrusco?
The best seasons to plan your Lambrusco wine tastings in are either late spring or early autumn, even though they can be organized all year long. If you’re planning to visit the main cities of the area, keep in mind that temperatures in summer can reach above 30 degrees Celsius with high humidity.
What things to do in Lambrusco?
Besides organizing a tasting of thirst-quenching Lambrusco, while in this part of Emilia Romagna you’ll have plenty of activities to choose from. Book a Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale or Parmigiano Reggiano tasting, or explore the cities of Modena, Parma, Bologna, Reggio Emilia, the Masone Labyrinth, the medieval village of Castell’Arquato.
Which wineries to visit in Lambrusco?
Up above you have the complete list of wineries to visit in Lambrusco. Here is, anyway, the list of the top wineries to visit in Lambrusco::See all wineries in Lambrusco on Winedering.com
Where to do wine tastings in Lambrusco?
These are perfect wine tastings to book in Lambrusco:
- Wine experience at Fattoria Moretto
- Relax & Lambrusco: a day with a Vigneron at Bugno Martino
- Fall in love with the Emilian style at Medici Ermete Estate
- Classic Method Wine Experience at Cleto Chiarli estate
- Superior Tasting in the heart of Lambrusco land at Tenuta la Piccola