Lacrime di Bosco

Red sparkling wine – Dry

Sensory data

Intense ruby red color with purple nuances

Hints of jam, berries, blackberry and strawberry

Round, balanced and persistent. Soft tannins in evolution




  • Name of the Wine

    Lacrime di Bosco

  • Classification

    Lambrusco di Grasparossa di Castelvetro DOP

  • Vines

    100% Lambrusco di Grasparossa

  • Alcohol content

    11% VOL

  • Yield per hectare

    110 Quintals

  • Form of Breeding

    Syvoz espalier

  • Plant density

    2800 / ha

  • Annual production

    25000 bottles

  • Total acidity

    7 g/liter

  • Sugar residue

    11 g/liter

  • Service temperature

    Optimal at 15/18 ° C

  • Food Pairing

    Fits perfectly to the typical emilian cuisine and surprises on meat, grilled and boiled

Concorso Enologico Int. Città del Vino

Premio Bio Divino
2019 Medaglia d'argento
2018 Medaglia d'argento
2017 Medaglia d'argento

Concorso Enologico "Matilde di Canossa - Terre di Lambrusco"

2018 Lambrusco Awards

5 Star Wines

2018 Punteggio: 90/100

Guida Vini Buoni d’Italia

2019 4 stelle nella sezione
“Vini da non perdere”

Characterized by a deep red colour with violet reflections and borders, foam and perlage are very fine and persistent and prelude to scents of medium intensity but delicate and original, mouth filling with flavours of rose buds and berries. Even more pleasant scents are perceived by the nose, the product is well equilibrated with evolving soft tannins, full-bodied, clear, harmonious.

A maceration of about 48 hours is carried out on the skins at low temperature to gently extract the most fruity aromas typical of Lambrusco Grasparossa. Once the phase of contact with the skins is over, the first fermentation begins, which takes place in tanks at a controlled temperature. Once the sugar residue is still sufficient to carry out the foam, the wine stops its fermentation through the only physical process of lowering the temperature. It remains in storage on its own yeasts for a period of two months in an autoclave, before being bottled.

The vineyards from which Lacrime di Bosco originates are located on the first hill of Castelvetro. These vines have an average age of 15 years and are exposed to south, implanted with a girapoggio, so as to obtain greater ventilation inside the vineyard which gives greater health to the grapes and reduces the phytosanitary interventions in the vineyard. It is important to emphasize that this type of arrangement requires a greater work effort. The soil is predominantly medium-textured clayey-loam, although some strips of the vine fall on a sandy soil that gives a greater freshness to the grapes. The difference given by the two terrains means that the grapes have different characteristics that are combined, giving life to a magical combination.

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