Varietal: Lambrusco Maestri, Marani, Montericco, and Salamino
Description: Inky purple in color (flecked with crimson in the foam), it has pronounced aromas of violets,
strawberries, fresh plums, and black cherries. Fuller-bodied and higher in alcohol than other
Lambrusco wines, it is also more tannic. Grasparossa has the highest tannin count of the Lambrusco
Food Pairing: Pairs well with appetizers like prosciutto-melone, mozzarella, simple light pizza like margherita, empanadas, gnocco fritto.