Posted August 8, 2008
Lambrusco gets a bad rap in the sparkling-wine world—remember those Riunite commercials? Well, banish all that from your mind. There’s a new sparkling rosé in town, and it’s about to become your summer drink of choice. Blame Alicia Lini. Her Lambrusco is made with Sorbara grapes instead of Salamino grapes, making it light, low in alcohol, and a gorgeous accompaniment to almost every food. It’s perfect to drink in the hot, steamy weather—meaning we’re having a glass right now.
$17 at Vinosite.com.