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Podere Giardino Suoli Cataldi 2020


Name: Suoli Cataldi
Producer: Podere Giardino
Country: Italy
Region: Emilia-Romagna
Type: Sparkling
Grape(s): Lambrusco marani

This wine was part of Eater Wine Club’s April 2022 box, curated by sommelier Luis Rivera. Join Eater Wine Club today!

Tasting notes on the wine:

"Like the Mongarda Col Fondo, this lambrusco is also made in the ancestral method, meaning the wine goes through one fermentation, causing the bubbles to be a bit softer. Coming from Emilia-Romagna — the food capital of Italy — means that this is the perfect wine for all things pizza, from spinach and artichoke pizza (shout out Cici’s Pizza), to a really hearty ricotta cheese and Italian sausage calzone." — Luis Rivera

About the winemaker: 

"From the end of the 19th century, Donnino Crotti used to breed diary cows for the production of Parmigiano Reggiano. The herd was quite small and complemented another activity that he loved very much, the cultivation of lambrusco grapes. The combination of animal husbandry and viticulture has been handed down for generations, and since 2001, grandchildren Marco, Paolo, and Federica have been actively engaged in the family business" — Podere Giardino