Planning for the Rosé Season

Most of the Lambrusco exported is red and sweet, but here an opportunity to try the dry, Rosé version. And you must – if you enjoy pink, especially with a little fizz. Not just a novelty, but an excellent wine. A good way to start thinking about spring, or better still, summer. With a prosciutto platter on the patio!
CASALI ‘Borgodel Boiardo’ Lambrusco Rosato Secco, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
314526 Vintages $14.95


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