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Alfredo Bertolani – Lambrusco Rosé

Italy
Emilia-Romagna
Wine
Sparkling

The Facts

Origins Italy > Emilia-Romagna > Reggiano

Appellation Reggiano Lambrusco

Varietal Lambrusco

Cepage 50% Salamino, 50% Marani

Winemaking Soft pressing, short maceration in contact with the skins; controlled temperature fermentation

Alcohol Content 11.0 %

Production 60,000 bottles

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The Character

Tasting Notes Dry Lambrusco with a light red cherry color. Delicate and fine, it has a fragrant aroma and a wonderful combination of fruit and acidity. Its characteristics make this wine suitable for starters, as well as first and second courses

Overall Dry Rosè Sparkling

Mouthfeel Energetic with an enticing creaminess

Aromas Fresh cherry & raspberry with a hint of violet

Selling Point Fresh, fruity, and dry.

Pairings Apps, hams, salami, cheese, especially Parmigiano Reggiano!

Awards 91 Vinous

Sustainability Certified Sustainable t

The Story

The province of Reggio Emilia lies in the southern central area of the Po river valley in Emilia Romagna region. Wine-growing in Reggio Emilia is located 84% in the plane areas and 15% in the hill area. Scandiano lies in the south of Reggio Emilia province, at the foothills. Our grapes come from vineyards in the hill and foothill areas (80 - 400 mt on sea level) where soil is fine with high level of clay and lime, low availability of water and low fertility.

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Brand Story

The Bertolani winery was set up in Scandiano in 1925 by Alfredo Bertolani. Family-owned by the fourth generation, Bertolani's respect of territorial characteristics and careful wine making processes produce Lambrusco of great quality. Scandiano lies in the south, at the foothills of the Reggio Emilia province. Wine-growing in Reggio Emilia is located 84% in the plane areas and 15%in the hill area. Bertolani's grapes come from both hillside vineyards and foothill areas. In 2008 a new winery was built considering a low environmental impact and sustainability, with particular attention to energy conservation and renewable energies.

Brand Story

The Bertolani winery was set up in Scandiano in 1925 by Alfredo Bertolani. Family-owned by the fourth generation, Bertolani's respect of territorial characteristics and careful wine making processes produce Lambrusco of great quality. Scandiano lies in the south, at the foothills of the Reggio Emilia province. Wine-growing in Reggio Emilia is located 84% in the plane areas and 15%in the hill area. Bertolani's grapes come from both hillside vineyards and foothill areas. In 2008 a new winery was built considering a low environmental impact and sustainability, with particular attention to energy conservation and renewable energies.

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