Lambrusco Salamino di Santa Croce Doc

Persistent nose due to its hints of violet and baby red fruit, this is a spirited wine with a taste that never prevaricates, dry, sophisticatedly vinous, with medium body but nicely present and a moderate alcohol content.

It makes an interesting pairing with Strolghino di Culatello.
Obtained from lean trimmings of Culatello and flakes of ham, it takes its name from strolga, which in dialect means “seer”, since it was used to predict progress in maturing larger sizes of salami. Strolghino, to be consumed when young, is lean with a delicate and above all mild flavour.