It is made from the vine with the same name. The bunch is loose, cone-shaped, the berries are spherical and depending on the vintage they can be more or less like shot berries. This is due to a floral anomaly which brings to a significant loss of product and the cause is a pollen sterility. Some years even reported productive loss that exceeded two-thirds of the yields. But this is also a peculiar feature of this grape which becomes unique, easy to remember and considerably prized. The yields are reduced but the flavors are much more concentrated. The production is always very short and in some years, even insufficient, but if it lacks in quantity, its quality on the contrary is always amazing. To facilitate its fertilization, this vine is cultivated with a percentage of Lambrusco Salamino, side by side in the same vine.
It pours a light ruby red, with a pinkish mousse, this is the lightest of the four varieties of Lambrusco DOP in the province of Modena. The scent is fresh, pronounced, very delicate, with a distinct hint of violet, which is the most typical and unmistakable feature of this wine. The flavor is delicate, full-flavored, balanced, pleasantly acidulous and fruity. Thanks to its high acidity and light body it is a delicious and easy wine to be drunk young.