60 plus, 60, 59 or 56?

How many indigenous Lambrusco grape varieties are there really?


“The Lambrusco family of grapes (there are many varieties, once numbered at 56) is thought to be one of the oldest in Italy and is predominantly found in Emilia-Romagna.”

Cantina di Soliera

“There are over 60 related varieties of lambrusco grape,”

James Suckling

“Although more than 60 strains of the lambrusco grape can be used, the best wines generally come from three clones of the grape: sorbara, salamino and grasparossa.”

New York Times

You’ll be surprised!… Will be live in February, 2021.