Lini 910 Labrusca Bianco

Labrusca Bianco bottle image

Wine Description

Labrusca is the ancient Roman name for the family of Lambrusco grape varieties, believed by many to be among the earliest grapes used to produce wine. Bianco means white.

LINI Winery
Riddling Racks
LINI Family
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“The NV Bianco Labrusca shows freshly sliced pears, peach skins and hints of raw almond. This mixes savory and sweet, swaying from gingery spices and minerals to ripe orchard fruits and florals. A slaty flourish enlivens the senses through the finale, as this leaves the palate watering for more.”
— Vinous, Nov 2021
“Lini 910 has been a family-owned and operated sustainable winery in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, since 1910. For this particular bottle, native Italian Lambrusco Salamino grapes undergo a second fermentation in a steel tank — known as the Charmat method — to produce a light, fruit-forward, and food-friendly sparkling wine displaying candied pear and lemon flavors.”
— Pix, May 2022
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Vineyard & Production Info
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Winemaking & Aging
Prefermentation Technique:
Cold soak
Varietal composition:
100% Salamino
Length of alcoholic fermentation:
10-15 days
Fermentation temperature:
59-60 °F
Malolactic fermentation:
Fining agent:
Type of aging container:
Cement vats
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Analytical Data
pH level:
6.0-7.0 g/L
11 %
Dry extract:
10.0-11.0 g/L
Residual sugar:
10 g/L