This sparkling wine was a $15 purchase. This producer has been around since 1860. 100% Lambrusco di Sorbara which has a thinner skin and results in this rosé cuvée after 18-24 hours of skin contact. Secondary fermentation in a cuvee close method. This wine represents a more modern style of Lambrusco which diverts from Lambruscos reputation as a sweet, semi sparkling red wine. This is the first dry Lambrusco I have had. Disgorged 11/20. Darker pinkish rose color. Predominantly crisp cherry notes with solid acidity. Interesting change of pace if you are looking for an inexpensive sparkling wine. 87 points.