In a Nutshell
Quality Lambrusco, elegant and beautiful.
Deep rosé colour, with clear fragrances of strawberry and brushwood. The palate is dry and fresh, with wild berry fruit, a sour cherry note and a tangy, dry finish. Absolutely fantastic.
Very light maceration and then an approach to fermentation to a low alcohol content. The wine is kept on low temperature and then vinified at the time of ordering to get a fresh product all the time. Made with the Martinotti method (or Charmant) the wine spends 90 days on lees.
Cantina Cleto Chiarli
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.