Lini Lambrusco: the original summertime sparkler


The brand new vintage of Lini’s Lambrusco has just arrived at Vino, and we’re pleased to report that this year the wines taste as cool and refreshing as ever. Lambrusco is the natural choice for the beach, backyard and beyond: whether you’re throwing red meat on the grill or hosting a rooftop soirée, we defy you to find a better choice for town or country this summer.

Scoffed at for a generation, Lambrusco is now well and truly back in vogue (and in Vogue) and back on the tables of America’s wine drinkers. Since Vino launched Lini’s chic line of Lambrusco in 2007, this endlessly-approachable wine has swept across the land like an enormous pink tidal wave, gently engulfing all those who allow themselves to be consumed by its bubbly kick and washed up among its opulent foam.

One of the many reasons for Lini’s popularity in the United States — in addition to photos of sultry Lambrusco scion Alicia Lini (like the one at the top of this post) — may be the fact that it defies classification. In fact, in many ways it is a wine unto itself: though it’s chilled and sparkling we’ve discovered there’s room for Lambrusco in practically every wine-drinking context. One such circumstance in which Lambrusco comes into its own is a sticky summer afternoon, much like the ones we’ve been experiencing lately…

Lini 910 Lambrusco Labrusca Bianco NV
$15

Lini 910 Lambrusco Labrusca Rosé NV
$15

Lini 910 Lambrusco Labrusca Rosso NV
$15

Lini 910 Lambrusco In Correggio Rosé NV
$18

Lini 910 Lambrusco In Correggio Scuro NV
$18

Lini 910 Pinot Nero Metodo Classico Bianco 2002
$32

Lini 910 Lambrusco Metodo Classico Rosso 2003
$27

For more information please contact 212-725-6516 or email info@vinosite.com.

Alicia Lini and LINI910’s centenary celebrations were featured on Rai Uno’s Linea Verde earlier this month… check it out in HD!

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