It has really intense fruits of the forest in it. There's a little bit of brambly-ness, but there's some really nice sour cherry and a really beautiful, clean acidity on the finish. It's a Pinot-esque sort of style of wine.
''This shows blueberries, dried leaves, rose petals, cedar, spices and herbs. The palate is fresh and vivacious with its medium body, vibrant acidity and a fruity, driven finish'' 93 Points, James Suckling
This is not a sweet Lambrusco but a sophisticated & dry offering that is exceptionally balanced with refreshing acidity. It’s a fantastic example of the deep plum, dark earth savoury flavours that Lambrusco is known for.