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Medici Ermete

The Medici family has been synonymous with quality for over a century. Now in the the hands of the fourth generation, Alberto Medici. One of the leading Lambrusco producers, they also produce an outstanding range of traditional still wines.

Sangiovese 'Rubicone'

Classic sangiovese nose of red berries and black tea, with earthy undertones. A great value alternative to Tuscan sangiovese.

quick facts

APPELLATION: IGT Rubicone
VINTAGE: 2016
STYLE: red
GRAPE: sangiovese
FARMING: conventional
FERMENTATION: stainless steel
MATURATION: stainless steel
FILTRATION: filtered
ALCOHOL: 11.5%
CASE SIZE: 6

Lambrusco 'I Quercoli'

Made from a blend of lambrusco marani and lambrusco salamino grapes, this frothy red shows bright notes of pomegranate, red cherry and plum with pleasant grippiness and hints of dark earth and spice. A juicy, refreshing red that’s just made for pizza, grilled meats and charcuterie.

quick facts

APPELLATION: Lambrusco Reggiano Secco DOC
VINTAGE: 2016
STYLE: sparkling red
GRAPES: lambrusco salamino, lambrusco marani
FARMING: conventional
FERMENTATION: stainless steel
MATURATION: stainless steel
FILTRATION: filtered
ALCOHOL: 11%
CASE SIZE: 6

Lambrusco Spumante 'Concerto'

Proof that Lambrusco is a serious wine. The perfumed nose shows plum, blackberry, blueberry, and a hint of violet. Rich and dense on the palate but with juicy acidity and persistent mousse carrying the bright flavours. Dry and grippy with a savoury finish. Perfect for rich, meaty pastas and pork roasts.

quick facts

APPELLATION: Lambrusco Reggiano Secco DOC
VINTAGE: 2015
STYLE: sparkling red
GRAPE: lambrusco salamino
FARMING: conventional
FERMENTATION: stainless steel
MATURATION: stainless steel
FILTRATION: filtered
ALCOHOL: 11.5%
CASE SIZE: 6

Medici Ermete

Medici Ermete has been synonymous with quality for over a century. The family were originally osteria owners, but such was the local demand for wine that in 1890 Remigio Medici decided to establish a winery. It now covers 75 hectares over four different estates, and is in the hands of the fourth generation, Alberto Medici. One of the leading Lambrusco producers, they also produce an outstanding range of traditional still wines.