The Cantina di Carpi e Sorbara is a Cooperative of 1200 producres with a production capacity of almost 450.000 hectoliters of wines for year. Actually, the Cantina has 6 factories among which 5 for pressing and one for bottling: Carpi (Mo), Concordia (Mo), Poggio Rusco (Mn), Rio Saliceto (Re), Sorbara (Mo), Bazzano (BO).
The winery production is based on Lambrusco: Sorbara, Salamino, Maestri, Marani, Viadanese and Pignoletto but an important part of its success, especially for what concerns the unpacked wine, is linked to the so-called Vino Rossissimo which derives from Ancellotta grapes.
The modern technologies have allowed the production to be constantly increased offering an high quality product. The Winery has done enormous efforts for the productive adequacy, directing their attention towards a range of wine high quality, addressed to an exigent clientele.
The result, today, is that their wines, thanks to the modern productive technologies, are particularly cured for their organoleptic characteristic. In fact, they find the appreciation of several amateurs which had inspired and so do the overall production philosophy of this reality so important in the winery landscape. A constant research of the quality had brought the introduction of new technologies and modern ones.
Cantina di Carpi & Sorbara will be present as exhibitor at Vinitaly 2019.
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Rose petal, wild strawberry and cherry aromas carry over to the bright palate along with a hint of white pepper. It’s elegant and easy drinking, with a light mousse and fresh acidity.
Aromas of wild rose and red berry follow over to the bright, light-bodied palate along with raspberry compote and crushed strawberry. A note of candied tangerine zest and vanilla close the finish. It’s fun and refreshing.
This foaming red opens with heady aromas of fragrant purple flower, rose and wild berry. On the tangy palate, bright acidity boosts juicy red cherry, wild strawberry and a yeasty hint of bread dough before the crisp finish.
Fun and refreshing, this deep-hued, informal wine has ripe red grape and raisin hints. The aromas follow through to the zesty, frothy palate, along with dried cherry and blackberry notes. It’s easy-drinking and enjoyable, with a dry, tangy finish.
Picture Perfect: A beautiful view of Lambrusco vineyards…
The story of a humble grape that has been a part of Italian history since the days of Caesar and the Roman Empire… #Lambrusco has had many ups and downs in its long existence, for the last 40 years it’s reputation has been that of a sweet sparkling red wine with little character and ordinary features. We are very happy to be tasting#CantinaDiCaprieSorbara and the work they are doing to push quality driven Lambrusco wines 🍷🍾
Salute and stay tuned for our tasting videos as we work our way through the range