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In this Italian-language bonus-track in the Italian Wine Coop Series, Monty Waldin meets Eleonora Rossi, export manager at the Cantina di Carpi e Sorbara. Elenora tells Monty about the Lambrusco di Sorbara’s high acidity which goes well with Emilia Romagna’s strong dishes like gnocco fritto. Tune in also to find out more about the “grape love story” between Lambrusco Salamino and Lambrusco di Sorbara which are cultivated together side by side as the Sorbara variety needs the Salamino one for pollination. — [This podcast has been recorded during “Vi.Vite – Vino di Vite Cooperative” an event organized by the Alleanza delle Cooperative Italiane (Alliance of Italian Coops). This episode has been brought to you by Vinitaly 2018, taking place in Verona from April 15th to 18th. Vinitaly is the wine exhibition that helps you discover and get to know Italian wine and features over 4.200 wineries.]

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