A company located between Parma and Reggio Emilia, Venturinio Baldini is synonymous with the production of one of the best known wines of Emilia, namely Lambrusco. Being at the basis of his philosophy, respect for the environment of tradition could not fail to embrace the principles of organic cultivation.
Today all 32 hectares of vineyards owned by the Plestia family who have relaunched the historic brand are cultivated with certified organic systems.
The Lambrusco Marchese Manodori 2019 manages to enclose all the liveliness of this cellar, giving life to a fruity and spicy wine reminiscent of violets, ripe cherries and pepper. Full-bodied enough, lively, fresh and elegant tannins.
It can be enjoyed during an entire meal, but it is enhanced with cold cuts and grilled pork.
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO
Rosso rubino con riflesso violaceo.
Gradevolmente fruttato e speziato, ricorda viole e ciliegie mature, accompagnato da una gentile nota di chiodo di garofano e pepe.
Di medio corpo con tannino vivace, armonico, fresco e elegante.
Da tutto pasto, in particolare con primi piatti succulenti, salumi e costine di maiale alla griglia.
Name: Venturini Baldini Start-up year: 1976 Cultivated hectares: 30 Winemaker name: Carlo Ferrini Address: Via F. Turati, 42 - Roncolo di Quattro Castella (RE) Web Site: www.venturinibaldini.it
Our position in the foothills of Emilia is ideal, as the local microclimate allows the sun to burn off the winter fog and the cool greenery to moderate the summer heat. It was right here, in 1975 and within sight of Quattro Castella, that we started our farm business on the side of Roncolo hill.
The vines cover over a quarter of the estate which surrounds the 17th-century manor house. The estate stands at between 170 and 370 metres above sea level. Since the mid-Seventies we have done our utmost to conserve the nature of the 150-hectare site, which is one quarter vineyard and three quarters natural woodland and meadow.
And this is what makes it so special: coming across vines amidst woodland with age-old oaks, fruit trees and open grassland where roe deer, foxes, hares, weasels and badgers wander freely, gives some indication of the healthy state of the local eco-system. It is no coincidence that the farm is a seamless continuation of the Parco di Roncolo, which is a protected green area incorporating a number of woods at the eastern edge of the town of Quattro Castella.