Snooth Editorials 89
"Very pretty on the nose with early floral notes that are joined by slightly exotic hints of lychee over a dusty base of pear, raw almond and lime pith fruit. Open and very clear in the mouth with slightly coarse bubbles that dont detract from the lovely lemon juice and creamy apple flavors. This has a touch of astringency to it that refreshes the palate and nary a hint of sweetness about it." ~D.P.
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Country: Italy Region: Veneto
Established in 1964, The House of Lamberti stands on the shores of Lake Garda in the Veneto region of northern Italy. The House of Lamberti is named after one of Verona's oldest families, whose name graces the famous tower in the city's Piazza delle Erbe.
From the best hillside vineyards across Treviso and the Venezie area, The House of Lamberti estate crafts a range of "New Italian Classics," brilliant, elegant and approachable wines that combine tradition with a modern style that's very popular today. As an esteemed Veneto producer of classic Proseccos, consumers who "Arrive with Lamberti" appreciate this wine's versatility and effervescent spirit of fun at any get-together with friends and family.
"Lamberti is a champion of wines with impressive quality that are approachable in price." -- GAMBERO ROSSO'S ALMANACO DEL BEREBENE 2006 (GUIDE TO DRINKING WELL)
"Lamberti occupies a leading position in the highly prestigious wine-producing area of Verona. Innovation and a focus on premium quality wines are key to this success." -- ITALIAN SOMMELIER ASSOCIATION (A.I.S.) GUIDA DUEMILAVINI 2007
"Lamberti is a historic winery celebrated for being the first to understand the needs of an evolving wine market and to have found the right formula to re-launch and bring prestige back to the classic wines of the Veneto region." -- LUCA MARONI, VINI ITALIANI 2008
Throughout the property are many Santepietre, or "Holy Stones," traditional, low, stone walls that divide many old vineyards found in the Veneto. These walls were built with stones from nearby Lake Garda.