Category Archives: Lambrusco

January-February 2020 Wine Review – James Melendez

Here are wines that I tasted in January and February of the first two months of this new decade. Also, I was delighted to have attended both Nebbiolo Prima and the Grandi Langhe in Alba, Italy and ZinEx (Zinfandel Experience) … Continue reading

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Cleto Chiarli & Figli Vecchia Modena Lambrusco di Sorbara Secco DOC ’18 93 Pts James Melendez

A very nice well priced Lambrusco–this dry Lambrusco by Cleto Chiarli & Figli. Cathedral stained glass coloration; expressive nose of strawberry, fresh flowers and crushed sea shells.  Palate of mountain strawberry, creaminess, fresh flowers, and crushed oyster shell. Salute, James … Continue reading

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