Lambrusco

Lambrusco

Each territory has its own wines that well represent its features.
Lambrusco, on the other hand, is a true symbol, almost a flagship of its region: it stands for the lively and sparkling Emilia that loves good food.

Lambrusco Premium

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It is a perfect example of an ancient wine that goes wonderfully well with contemporary drinking habits and lifestyles.
Riunite’s Lambrusco is “modeled” on the terroir of Reggio Emlia: its blend is made up of several sub-varieties of Lambrusco and in it the environment and the choice of varietal become an expression of the territory.

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The residual sugar content of the wine after vinification, expressed in grams per liter (g /l), is a particular feature of Lambrusco wines.
With an average degree of acidity that is higher than that of other wines, as well as a high residual sugar level, Lambrusco offer a particular flavor in which the sensation of acidity has been softened and the aromatic component heightened.

Secco
from 0 to 15 g/l
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Semisecco o
Abboccato
from 12 to 32 g/l
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Amabile
from 30 to 50 g/l
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Dolce
> 45 g/l
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