Modena – the home of Ferrari and Maserati, of Pavarotti and Acetico Balsamico – is also the home of Lambrusco. From the day in 1860 when Cleto Chiarli shut the doors of his Osteria dell’Artigliere to concentrate all his efforts on winemaking, the Chiarli name has been synonymous with this great – and much misunderstood – wine style.
Beautiful strawberry pink in colour, this juicy Lanbrusco boasts plenty of red fruits on the nose - strawberries, cherries and raspberries - along with a lifted menthol-like quality and some some potpourri. All of this follows through on the palate, along with an interesting tart just-ripe nectarine note as well. Perfect with a plate of charcuterie - especially in warmer weather.”
A bright pink, refreshing dry wine, with pretty hints of wild strawberry.”
Bright ruby-pink, with lively red-cherry fruit, tangy and properly dry on the finish. A softly sparkling wine that's great with charcuterie.”