Il Morro Lambrusco Salamino


Type of Wine

Dry Sparkling Wine


To the eye

Intense bright red color, with a lively and evanescent froth



Intensely fruity aroma with hints of blackberry and wild berries


In the mouth

Dry, harmonious and full-bodied taste



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Winemaking Method

Our Lambrusco grapes are harvested manually in the second or third decade of September to preserve their quality.

They are then brought to the cellar and vinified by macerating them at a controlled temperature in steel barrels

Then a foaming takes place using the Charmat method.

Land Features

Our farms are located in Sorbara di Bomporto in the province of Modena, between the capital and Carpi.

For a total of about 6 hectares, our farms are located in a flat area 30 meters above sea level.

The type of soil is typical of the Emilia plains with a clayey, silty, alluvial soil, medium-textured, rich
of mineral substances.

Gastronomic combinations

Lambrusco Salamino, due to its intense flavor characteristics, is a wine that is perfectly suited to any dish typical of the Modena tradition.

But its intense taste is enhanced mainly by the first, second courses of game, roasts and in any case generally meat dishes.


It is a superb Lambrusco, which we obtain from our salamino grapes, harvested in our vineyards.

The vinification takes place with controlled-temperature maceration.

The color is bright red, with a lively and evanescent froth.

The aroma is intensely fruity with hints of blackberry and wild berries. The taste is dry, harmonious and full-bodied.

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