Lambrusco was a wild grape known already to the Etruscans and ancient Roman. There are more than 60 different Lambrusco in the grape group, but Lambrusco Grasparossa is the considered by many in Italy to be of highest quality. It is the only Lambrusco that grows on hillside (vs plains), and is able to reach ripeness even at cool temperature. Deep in colour, creamy, and full bodied, Lambrusco Grasparossa has a strong aroma of almond, high acidity, and an abundant of dark black fruits. We recommend to drink this wine with tomato-based pizza and pasta, or to pair with classic Emilia-Romagna produces like Prosciutto di Parma (Parma Ham) and Parmigiano Reggiano (Parmesan Cheese).