Vigneto Saetti

Rosso Viola Lambrusco

9.0203 ratings
9.129 pro ratings
Modena , Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Lambrusco
Squash & Root Vegetables
Top Notes For
Alanna Lucas (Nantucket Wine & Spirits)

Lambrusco is the perfect warm weather wine. This has the nose of dirt (that is a good thing) and the palate of lavender, cherry🍒, olives and cured meat. Speaking of cured meat, this fizzy red (serve chilled for optimal perfection) is 👌 with Sopresatta , Finocchiona and Prosciutto. Also, some fancy cheese (dinner is served-you’re welcome💁🏻‍♀️). Oh and the label is sewn and possibly denim so that’s pretty cool. A.must.try.

Lambrusco is the perfect warm weather wine. This has the nose of dirt (that is a good thing) and the palate of lavender, cherry🍒, olives and cured meat. Speaking of cured meat, this fizzy red (serve chilled for optimal perfection) is 👌 with Sopresatta , Finocchiona and Prosciutto. Also, some fancy cheese (dinner is served-you’re welcome💁🏻‍♀️). Oh and the label is sewn and possibly denim so that’s pretty cool. A.must.try.

May 31st, 2019
Christopher Losa

Owner/Wine Director Bar Bambino

9.0

the king (queen) of Lambrusco! plus, it’s got a freakin’ denim label. how cool is that!

the king (queen) of Lambrusco! plus, it’s got a freakin’ denim label. how cool is that!

Sep 14th, 2018
Drew Summers

Sales Northampton Wines

9.3

🤩

🤩

Dec 31st, 2017
Ian Staub

My true Lambrusco love - earthy (farty) crunchy red berries and pomegranate, super dry, juicy acid, great level of frizz. Woven cloth label is not to be ignored. This is such a killer food wine - muffaletta sandwich from Lucca for lunch and leftover Indian for dinner. Detecting an inkling of mouse at dinner so drink quickly. Shouldn’t be hard.

My true Lambrusco love - earthy (farty) crunchy red berries and pomegranate, super dry, juicy acid, great level of frizz. Woven cloth label is not to be ignored. This is such a killer food wine - muffaletta sandwich from Lucca for lunch and leftover Indian for dinner. Detecting an inkling of mouse at dinner so drink quickly. Shouldn’t be hard.

1 person found it helpfulJul 22nd, 2019
KRS
9.3

2/23

2/23

1 person found it helpfulFeb 25th, 2018
Melissa M. Sutherland

Importer Winebow Wines

Each vintage, less and less a Lambrusco. Yes, it's weird, on the fringe, wild and interesting. But it is clear Saetti has other goals in mind. That's cool, but the wine is marginally Lambrusco, and brings to mind the personality of Grenache Noir which completely destroys the specific character of Lambrusco.

Each vintage, less and less a Lambrusco. Yes, it's weird, on the fringe, wild and interesting. But it is clear Saetti has other goals in mind. That's cool, but the wine is marginally Lambrusco, and brings to mind the personality of Grenache Noir which completely destroys the specific character of Lambrusco.

1 person found it helpfulMar 4th, 2015
Brandi Bratek

Great recommendation. Best wine pairing ever with my favorite summer meal of mozzarella, tomatoes and basil. Would pair fantastic with a lot of dishes.

Great recommendation. Best wine pairing ever with my favorite summer meal of mozzarella, tomatoes and basil. Would pair fantastic with a lot of dishes.

1 person found it helpfulAug 25th, 2014
Mark Lindzy

I love this Lambrusco - perfect with pizza and pasta, and it has just enough funkiness to balance the fruit.

I love this Lambrusco - perfect with pizza and pasta, and it has just enough funkiness to balance the fruit.

1 person found it helpfulAug 7th, 2014
Kristina Barton

Cherries plums and pomegranate oh my! And a dark fizzy wine too? All I can say is wow. 4th anniversary sexy drink check!

Cherries plums and pomegranate oh my! And a dark fizzy wine too? All I can say is wow. 4th anniversary sexy drink check!

1 person found it helpfulJul 31st, 2014
Ellen Clifford

Oh hey dry Lambrusco lovers! My go-to may be the Pronto but this is...yet even dryer if you can believe. Super dry. Super acidic and waves--dangit waves I tell you of balsamic vinegar in this but zero sweetness. Less than zero. Imagine if dried berries (all types)and some other fruit (pears and perhaps cherries) macerated in vinegar. That's what you got. Medium alcohol (12%) and medium plus finish. It was good. Maybe not as good as Pronto but I need to compare the two

Oh hey dry Lambrusco lovers! My go-to may be the Pronto but this is...yet even dryer if you can believe. Super dry. Super acidic and waves--dangit waves I tell you of balsamic vinegar in this but zero sweetness. Less than zero. Imagine if dried berries (all types)and some other fruit (pears and perhaps cherries) macerated in vinegar. That's what you got. Medium alcohol (12%) and medium plus finish. It was good. Maybe not as good as Pronto but I need to compare the two

Mar 27th, 2017