Whatever the origins of Lambrusco, they go back a long way. Even if only in 1300, Pier de' Crescenzi of Bologna suggested, in his treatise on agricultural, that wine could be obtained from the wild vine. Since then, Lambrusco has been indispensable. It has become the most prestigious wine, as well as the most renowned and drunk of all Italian wines throughout the world. For some time, it had been known that Lambrusco was something unique. Throughout the 19th century and until the early 20th century, Lambrusco was considered such a prestigious wine that it was sold and served in bottles, whereas most wine was sold in bulk.
Sparkling, cheerful and aromatic, Lambrusco is a modern wine. With its straightforward and exuberant character and lightness, it is the ideal wine for many occasions