Why I suggest Pietra Rossa Lambrusco di Sorbara
The liveliness and freshness of this Wine, the quality characteristic that is typical of the hilly area of modena.
The Sommelier: Wine light, sparkling, sincere, purplish-red color, with intense hints of violets and warm related to the red fruit (cherry, blackberry), Dry, round,with a tannin content that moderate, right alcohol 11,00%
Food pairings:All types of cooked sausages, raw and Zamponi and cotechini, Pancetta, salami, coppa, mortadella, shoulder, cicciole; Snails in stews; Omelets, cold and salty cakes stuffed Pasta (in broth or less), the Angels, the direction of agnoli, Tortelli with tomato sauce or the sausage, egg Pasta, Tagliatelle with duck meat Macaroni with rabbit or beef stew, oven baked Pasta, Risotto to the pilot and puntel; Meat, Boiled meat, Roast white meat, Rooster stew, a Stew of beef or horse. Fish Mullet in the oven, Trout meunière, Calamari and stewed octopus Salad.
Serve at a temperature of 10-12°C, in a chalice, Tulip.
Wineries: Farm Pezzuoli cultivates its vineyards always on the fertile land of the hill of the plain of Modena. Cellar Pezzuoli leads, and breeds their own varieties Denomination of Controlled Origin of the famous Lambrusco Salamino... go to the tab.