Known the world over, Lambrusco, the region’s sparkling red wine, boasts a unique flavor profile. Straightforward and genuine, Lambrusco perfectly embodies the character of this part of Italy and serves as one of the bases of the local economy.

Depending on the variety of grapes employed in its production, a number of PDO Lambruscos are produced.

Lambrusco di Sorbara PDO, also known as Lambrusco della Viola, presents a fresh and delicate flavor and light body to the palate.

Lambrusco Salamino di Santa Croce PDO is fresh, savory, balanced, and moderately tannic in the mouth, an ideal accompaniment for any meal.

Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro PDO is elegant, balanced, and more full-bodied than other Lambrusco wines; it is soft and fruity on the palate.

Lambrusco di Modena PDO has elegant, floral or fruity notes.

Visit a winery

The whole province is rich in vineyards, that you can visit to learn more about the methods of production, preservation and ageing of this wine.

To book a tour in a winery you may:

In the page "Food & wine experiences" on our site you will also find tours of one or more days that include a visit to wine productions, combined with other food & wine stops to get to know the other products of this land!