Fabio Lini, the enologist at Cantina Lini, makes this wonderfully light, bright Lambrusco by not allowing any contact with the skins during fermentation. His Labrusca Bianco was inspired by the wines that local farmers made in Fabio's youth. Labrusca Bianco "has a scent of red apples and white grapes," writes Ray Isle, wine editor for Food & Wine Magazine, "and a racy zestiness that makes it an ideal aperitif wine." "Labrusca" is the Etruscan name for Lambrusco which comes from the Latin "labrum," meaning "edge": it is believed that Lambrusco grapes grew naturally along the edges of fields cultivated by the Etruscans for other crops.
Love. This. Wine. Gorgeously floral bubbly. Light, fresh, delicate yet loaded with "pretty"aromas and flavors.
One of my favorite day time sipping selections: fresh, bright, and aromatically grapey!
Wow. Happy 4th of July to me. Look what i found leftover in my fridge.
Vanilla and lemon. Slight mineral finish yet sweet.
Loved this one, quite floral