Rosso Frizzante "Sottobosco", Ca de Noci
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Rosso Frizzante "Sottobosco", Ca de Noci - 2021

Item # 21825 750mL

The grapes for the sparkling wine were hand-harvested, pressed and then macerated on the skins for 15 days in vat. Then the wine was bottled with extra must in order to ferment again in bottle for 3 months. Ruby in color, sparkling, berried. Natural to find sediment from the spent yeast. Pair with pizza.

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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.


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This is a great blend made by Lambrusco Grasparossa, Malbo Gentile and Sgavetta, all indigenous grapes from the Emilia Romagna region in North Italy. The producers practice organic production: no chemical pesticides are used and irrigation is minimal You can enjoy in the palate dark fruits notes, a hint of anise and savoury notes. It's a very dry wine with a good amount of tannins. A factor that makes this wine interesting is that second fermentation happens in the bottle, a method called " ancestrale": this is an ancient method and sparkling wine producers practiced it before they discovered the so called "traditional" method. This practice creates more structure and more body in the final product. Pair this delicious wine with Parmigiano Reggiano!

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Glossary

Lambrusco

One item from Emilia-Romagna that hasn’t yet broken through to ubiquity is Lambrusco, the slightly fizzy indigenous red wine that runs the gamut from sweet and desserty to dry, mineral and mouth-gripping. Lambrusco (the name of both the grape and the wine it produces) is the main grape grown in the region of Modena, sandwiched between the cities of Parma and Bologna. As in most regions in Italy, there are also a slew of Indiginous varieties planted throughout the province. Wines from Albana,...

Read more about Lambrusco

Lambrusco

One item from Emilia-Romagna that hasn’t yet broken through to ubiquity is Lambrusco, the slightly fizzy indigenous red wine that runs the gamut from sweet and desserty to dry, mineral and mouth-gripping. Lambrusco (the name of both the grape and the wine it produces) is the main grape grown in the region of Modena, sandwiched between the cities of Parma and Bologna. As in most regions in Italy, there are also a slew of Indiginous varieties planted throughout the province. Wines from Albana,...

Read more about Lambrusco

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