Ceci Terre Verdiane Lambrusco Rosso75cl
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Description of Ceci Terre Verdiane Lambrusco Rosso
Ceci Terre Verdiane Lambrusco Rosso (Lambrusco)
- View: The Ceci Terre Verdiane Lambrusco Rosso has red-violet color.
- Nose: fresh and fruity (blackberry and plum) Aroma accompanied by earthy notes.
- Mouth: Good body, dry, smooth and velvety texture medium.
VINEYARD: Cantine Ceci. The winery was founded in 1938 by Otello Ceci, on the road through the center of Parma north of the city. Emilia Romagna territory because of its geographic conformation is suitable for growing grapes. From the low plains that surround the Po, the Malvasia of Colli Placentinos and Albana of Romagna, the land of Emilia produces lively and modern high quality wines. The main objective is to allow the name to express everything that this land has to give.
GRAPES: Lambrusco Marani and Lambrusco Maestri
AGEING: charmat method (second fermentation in stainless steel)
PREPARATION: Freshly harvested grapes are stemmed and crushed immediately, then they transported in steel tanks to ferment with shells. After extraction or total separation of must and peels passes tanks where it is transferred periodically to separate lees. The foam is produced naturally for 60 days through the Charmat method. Thus a delicate and captivating Lambrusco Rosso is obtained.
WINE PAIRING: typical local cuisine, roasts, grilled meats, stews and typical sausages.
RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURE SERVICE: 10.08 ° C
It was in 1938 when Otello Ceci, a well-known innkeeper in the foggy lower part of Parma, managed that in his small trattoria a guest went “crazy” for the very dark lambrusco served in the bowls. Year after year, that marvelous ritual of wine-pressing in October became his “job” and that of his children, so much that the almost 400 best wine-growers in the area competed in selling him their best harvest. The great research for innovation places the Cantina Ceci at the top levels of quality and packaging in the splendid panorama of the Italian wine-making industry.More about the Winery