Wine critic and author of Franco Biondi Santi: The Gentleman of Brunello (2005), Brunello di Montalcino: Understanding and Appreciating One of Italy's Greatest Wines (2012) and Barolo and Barbaresco: The King and Queen of Italian Wine (2014).
Looking for a dry, crisp and savory wine that pairs with just about any dish on the planet or makes an excellent aperitif? Then look for Lambrusco. Yes, Lambrusco. Once known as the cheap and cheerful, fizzy plonk served with ice cubes, today’s top Lambruscos are a far cry from the industrially made, cloyingly sweet versions that flooded into the US in the 1980s. Hailing from the Emilia-Romagna region, Lambrusco is made from the eponymous red grape.
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If you love great Brunello and cycling you have to check out Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona's bike museum at their gorgeous estate. Or you can watch this video with Paolo Bianchini, co-owner and former cycling champion
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