Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Riunite White Lambrusco Emilia

I have a bottle of Riunite White Lambrusco Emilia sitting in my shelf and have totally forgotten that I bought it. This wine is made from Lambrusco, Emilia region, Italian grapes . There are around 60 to 70 varities of Lambrusco grapes. Lambrusco is famous for it's high yield grape vine.The grapes itself are not sweet but this Lambrusco sweet wine might be a result of fermentation or addition of other types of grapes.
Due to it's sweetness, this wine is suitable a after meal dessert or for those who don't like dry strong wines.
This bottle of White Lambrusco is a rose casual wine made from red grapes. It has a sweet, pleasant and cool fruitty taste.  A great alternative to White Zinfandel (White Zin, sweet pink coloured blush (rose) wine).
Since the wine came with a screw cap, I don't have to worry about finishing all of it at one go. Instead I can keep it in the fridge after opening without worrying that it will turn into vinegar....lol!
Actually, any wines that have a screw cap can be kept after opening, just like port wines.

Yam Seng!....eerrrr, not bottom up ah.....wine must sip slowly.......

7 comments:

[SK] said...

but the color of this wine looks quite pale huh?? anyway, as long as it's good and nice, who cares.. :)

wenn said...

can I hv some?

suituapui said...

You can buy the cork with a lever...to use when you've unfinished bottles of wine.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

can share some with me? lol

Christine said...

interesting wine facts!

Hayley said...

Macam sedap to drink ler! ;)

Anonymous said...

Here's a picture of the color of a "fresh" bottle of 'white Lambrusco': http://www.riunite.com/MAIN/SOURCE/asset/image/Riunite_White_Lambrusco_750ml_Bottle.png (An amber/brown color tells you that the wine is oxidized and has lost its "real taste".)

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