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28 Apr 2018 | Samantha Dugan

Grown-Up Lambrusco

It can be somewhat difficult to convince people to consider serious Lambrusco for their dining options when all they've encountered until now are cheap mass-market versions. While Riunite was the number one imported wine in the 70s, much like platform shoes, 8 Track tapes, string art and the Gremlin, some things are best left in that decade.

Quite a shame that, seeing as there are plenty of wonderful wines, bone-dry to sweet, that are rather brilliant with food, and insanely fun to just sip on.

Lambrusco comes from Emilia-Romagna in north-central Italy, the land of lusciously rich Balsamic vinegar, sweet, tender Prosciutto and the king of hard cheeses, Parmigiano-Reggiano, so it makes perfect sense that the friendly juiciness of Lambrusco goes so screamingly good with an array of salty foods. I’ve been a Lambrusco nerd for a few years now so I can attest to the fact that these wines are delicious with everything from dim-sum to fried chicken. Top that off with the fact that they are slightly bubbly, served chilled, and cost less than $20.00, well not sure what about any of that there is not to love. 

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