This is a blend of Lambrusco varietals coming from Cleto Chiarli vineyards located in the Modena province. Salamino grapes are collected from the Sozzigalli area in the north of Modena, while Grasparossa ones are found in the southern part of the city, precisely in Cleto Chiarli’s Cialdini Estate. Salamino gives the wine the intensity in colour, while Grasparossa provides those fruity fresh flavours typical of Lambrusco. Grapes are manually harvested and rigorously selected. A soft pressing with maceration for 48 hours at 10-12°C precedes a long “prise de mousse” in “cuve close” at a low temperature.
Deep, ruby red in colour, with an elegant structure, and rich, persistent perlage, it has an intense, fruity nose, velvety taste and full, round body. With 15g/l of sugar, this is an off-dry Lambrusco from Chiarli. Perfect as an aperitif, with pasta, game, barbecued meat and mature cheeses.