The Lambrusco ‘Salamino di Santa Croce’ DOP comes from the vine with the same name . The bunch of grapes is small, cylindrical, thin, compact and tight. The berry is not uniformly big and spheroidal, with a thin, bloomed, blue-colored skin, the flesh is juicy. Its production is rich and constant and its grapes ripen in early October, after having stored the summer and autumn sunlight.
It originates from the lands in Carpi (in the province of Modena) and nearby land of the southern area belonging to the Modena province . Lambrusco di Santa Croce owes its name to the village with the same name, Santa Croce, in the town of Carpi. From here this vine spread throughout the province of Modena and neighboring lands. The soil here is generous and very fertile, thanks to the constant man’s work for over two millennia.
Intense ruby red color with violet tinges and evanescent mousse; the scent is intense. fruity, fragrant, complex, recalling the aroma of the grape. The taste is full-flavoured, balanced, balanced acidity, slightly fruity. Well structured and full-bodied.