Lambrusco dell’Emilia IGT Ottocento Nero by Albinea Canali
A beautifully fragrant wine that is dark and full bodied, with a refreshing tartness.
The bottles of this particularly Lambrusco sparkling wine are constantly evolving and transforming and each bottle is unique.
Rich in Italian tradition, the name ‘Ottocento’ evokes Italy’s romanticism toward the 1800s. The word for black, ‘nero,’ is a reference to the wine’s nearly opaque deep purple hues. From the Canali family, one of Italy’s leading producers of sparkling wines, this product combines the ﬂavor of a dry Lambrusco with the full sparkle. This sparkling wine is made from Lambrusco and Lancellotta grapes grown in the Canali vineyards in Emilia-Romagna.
Process: The pressing of the grapes is followed by a maceration at low temperature (12-15°C) for 3-4 days in order to extract the color and enhance the typical fruit-forward characters of Lambrusco. After racking, the juice completes its fermentation in pressurized temperature controlled vats to develop its natural sparkle.
Tasting note：Deep ruby red with violet reﬂections. Semi-sparkling and balanced with rich berry ﬂavors. Fresh and fruit forward, this semi-sparkling wine is balanced, with rich berry flavors, full and harmonious. Ottocento Nero is the palate is rich and mouth filling with exceptional length.
Serving Suggestions：Ideal as an aperitif and throughout all their meal. It goes well with appetizers such as cold cuts and savory pies; it is also perfect with pasta, lasagna, roasted red meat and savory dishes.
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