Lacrima di Morra d'Alba "BarbaRosso," Romagnoli
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Lacrima di Morra d'Alba "BarbaRosso," Romagnoli - 2018

Item # 25595 750mL
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$13.96 $9.96 / Single Bottle
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$167.52 $107.57/ Case of 12
Grape Variety

Tasting Notes

Wild roses dominate this classic Lacrima. A deep ruby-hued, savagely fruited young wine with black plums, Turkish figs, and summer roses throughout. Tannins on this medium-bodied wine are soft, but the acidity strikes a clean note that asks for a pairing with sausages, antipasti, grilled vegetables and of course, pasta and meat sauce.

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Staff Pick Notes

It's hard not to love all-things Italian, especially when it comes to wine. The dizzying number of grape varieties (some 500 are documented) could keep you engaged for a lifetime. It's a constant source of discovery and pleasure. A prime example is this Lacrima from Romagnoli, a small, family-run winery in the Marche. Lacrima translates to ‘tear’ and is thought to be named for its thin skins, which allow juice from the grape leak out and cry. Those thin skins translate to an approachable wine in its youth, more of a gentle sentry, an unarmed Praetorian guard, ushering in some bright dark fruit and beautiful floral notes. Medium bodied with blackberry, plums and roses, it's a wine to uncork on a Tuesday night with hearty pasta, sausages, or pizza.


About the Producer

Cantina Romagnoli Contrada S. Maria del Fiore, Marches, Italy This wine comes from a small family business located in the Marches, the easternmost region in the central belt of Italy between Tuscany and Umbria along the Adriatic coast. The Romagnoli family settled in this hilly terrain in the 18th century near Contrada S. Maria del Fiore: “Saint Maria of the Flowers.” There in the municipality...

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Astor's Glossary of Terms


This region lies on Italy’s Adriatic Coast, so much of its cuisine is seafood-based. Marches is best-known for its white wines. Verdicchio produced near the towns of Jesi and Matelica often has gently bitter notes and rich fruit, and is an excellent match for many seafood dishes. Red wines are produced here as well, with Sangiovese being the dominant red grape in the region. When blended with the...

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