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Lamberti Rosé Spumante Veneto NV


Estate: Founded in 1964, the Lamberti Winery is located on the prestigious shores of Lake Garda, in the Veneto region of northern Italy. Taking its name from one of Verona’s most ancient families, the estate is known for crafting “a range of ‘New Italian Classics,’ brilliant, elegant and approachable wines that combine tradition with a modern style”. The family has 27 hectares of vineyards; they also have longstanding partnerships with neighboring producers, enabling them to offer a larger range of wines. Their vineyards are known for the seregni stones, stones left behind by ancient glaciers, contributing to the distinctive terroir of the land. The characteristic mineral quality fond in the wines has been known to locals for many years. “Sante pietre was a term used by farmers to indicate a place where grapes grew in an exemplary manner, as if to say “good old stones”.

Winemaking: All vineyards are farmed using organic methods. Grapes came specifically from hillside vineyards running across the Treviso region in Veneto. The red grapes are vinified using the saigné method. Secondary fermentation is done in closed pressure tanks using the Charmat method.

Tasting Notes: Coral Pink in colour with aromas of strawberry, raspberry and hints of wildflowers. Mineral driven with light berry flavours buoyed by solid bubbles and a dry finish. A simple and fun bubbly great on its own or with light snacks.

34% Pinot Bianco, 33% Pinot Nero, 33% Raboso
Produced by 9533/TV for Lamberti S.P.A.
11.5% Alcohol
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