alcohol & beer


Question by  samantha50 (14)

How would you describe Lambrusco red wine?

I have not tried it yet.


Answer by  cindy2366 (224)

Labrusco is a red, table wine from Italy. It is semi-sweet with a light-effervescent. It has some nice berry flavor and a high acidity.


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

It has a dry yet savory taste to it. Even the more recent bottles have an aged scent to them. Going down after something like some steak it has quite a tangy after taste. Perhaps the grapes are left to ripen on the vine.


Answer by  Zaka (2315)

There is more than one variety that can be labeled as Lambrusco. The one that is widely available in American markets is the lower end variety. This variety is light, somewhat sweet and with a little fizz. Its nice and pleasant.


Answer by  jenette (17)

Lambrusco Wine is a fairly inexpensive red wine that is comparable to a Port Wine. It doesnt taste fruity at all, its flavor is very strong for a wine and a bit on the dry side. When I have drank Lambrusco Wine I have gotten tipsy quite quickly.


Answer by  Dan3686 (969)

It is a relatively cheap wine. We usually drink it out of the box and mix it with sprite or lemonade. It is fruity.

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