Professional chefs are invited to submit a recipe that either contains or can be successfully paired with Lambrusco wine (photo: Stuffed trotter marinated with traditional aceto balsamico of Modena, lentils, rind, candied lemon, soft cream of potato purée, green sauce, traditional aceto balsamico from Modena, Parmigiano Reggiano bread stick by Luca Marchini)
Quality Italian made Lambrusco will be celebrated in 2013 in the Third Edition of Mondo Lambrusco, promoted by Enoteca Emilia Romagna, Consorzio Lambruschi Modenesi and Consorzio Vini Reggiani in collaboration with www.itchefs-gvci.com.
Some of the best Italian cuisine chefs from different countries all over the world have created recipes that are best enjoyed with a glass of Lambrusco! (photo: Chef Francesco Sanna´s Pumpkin Tortelli and Lambrusco)
The World Premiere in New York City: a Spectacular Tasting with Michelin Starred Chefs. From left to right: Rosario Scarpato (Itchefs-GVCI), Giorgio Melandri (italian wine writer), Chefs Valentino Marcattilii, Cesare Casella, Michael White and Alberto Medici (Medici Ermete estate) (photo: Josephine Bono)
The apex of Lambrusco’s popularity in the world was in the ‘70s of last century. The United States alone imported more than 3.5 million cases every year in that period, mainly industrially produced “fizzy, semisweet” Lambruscos... Read more
Lambrusco refers to a number of wines, related but not identical, to be drunk young, which have common characteristics. In its finest expressions, the best-known and most widely consumed Italian wine in the world is red... Read more
Lambrusco has very ancient origins. A popular wine made from Labrusca grapes is mentioned by Virgil, Pliny, Cato, and Strabo but it’s hard to establish if it had the same characteristic of contemporary Lambrusco. Read more
Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC / Lambrusco Salamino di Santacroce DOC / Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro DOC / Lambrusco di Modena DOC / Reggiano / Lambrusco Emilia or dell’Emilia IGT (Typical geographic indication). Read more