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“Excellent choice of local wines, and this is the place to be surprised by the quality of a sparkling red lambrusco.”
“In the case of the Ceci lambrusco, it has the packaging of an artisanal product with twine around the neck and closure.”
“In late summer, The Moment blog at nytimes. com wrote a paean to lambrusco, the purple fizzy wine from Emilia-Romagna.”
“Chambers Street sells the “La Luna” lambrusco, which Wolff said was popular.”
“Turning to what the main topic of the post, I wrote the importer Rosalie Sendelbach on September 2 asking if I could call her to learn more about the Ceci La Luna lambrusco.”
“Someone sent me this link since I buy loads of the Ceci lambrusco.”
“But the food you serve in your restaurant is your customers 'food which you have sold to them and if they want to wash it down with a 50-50 mix of lambrusco and Guinness and chew gum while they do it, then you should take their money with a smile and keep your opinions to yourself.”
“*Poors a nice glass of lambrusco, sets out decantures of wine and a huge bwol of spagetti marinara*”
“It wasn't as fizzy as lambrusco, but it was definitely there, prickling away at your tongue.”
“I can only hope lambrusco and prosciutto are next.”
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