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Thanksgiving wine recommendation: Lambrusco gives the holiday the right amount of sweetness.  

When it comes to Thanksgiving wine, you need something that will be a crowd pleaser and will also go with the many different dishes in the meal.


The menu for the America holiday includes such a wide range of flavors, from the very sweet to the very savory: Cranberry sauce, sweet potato topped with marshmallows, roast turkey (dark and white meat), stuffing (cornbread dressing in the south), mashed potatoes, gravy (brown and white), and, of course, a whole gamma ...
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The humble pork chop: An Italian classic and a great Lambrusco pairing  

Americans often think of it as a dish to avoid. In Emilia it’s a king among entrées…


They say that there are more pigs and Ferraris in Emilia than in any other place in the world. And it’s probably true. After all, between Prosciutto di Parma and the countless types of salumi that are produced there, you need a lot of pigs. And when it comes to Ferraris, you’ll never see as […] ...
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You can take Lambrusco out of the country but you can’t take the country out of Lambrusco.  

Why do people continue to misunderstand and misrepresent this wonderful wine?


Above: You really can’t understand what Lambrusco really is and what it’s for until you’ve experienced it in Emilia where it belongs. I hate to say it, but it’s true. This afternoon, I found myself reading a wonderful book from the 1930s (published for the first time in 1963, if I’m not mi ...
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