Style: Dry Sparkling Red
Varietals: Lambrusco Salamino, Maestri, Grasparossa, Malbo Gentile
Pairing Ideas: Washes down even the richest sauces & cuts through fat with ease. Pair with hard aged salty cheeses and cured charcuterie of course shared with close friends! I'd venture to say this can rock a steak right off the grill if your new to Lambrusco. Conviviality go hand in hand with this bottle. Profile is dark, inky, and bone dry, with tart cranberry, sour cherry, and slightly tongue-tingling tannins, you want this on your picnics, at BBQ's, or with the random antipasti spread. Acidity in spades, low alcohol, and palate refreshing fizz.
About: La Collina is a whole agricutlure co-op, cultivating fruits and vegetables, grain (for pasta and beer), livestock, bees, dairy (for Parmagiano-Reggiano), and, of course, wine. Founded in 1975 by a group of 12 young farmers, the co-op has flourished through its organic and biodynamic (certified in 1985) practices and its focus on the ecosystem and surrounding environment.