In the same style as the Despina, this sparkling rosato comes from a parcel of Lambrusco Salamino planted over gravel. The grapes only spend a night with their skins, leaving a wine that is a beautiful shade of pink. It is initially fermented in cuve, then transferred to bottle with a little must from the same vineyard to cause a second fermentation. The wine is not disgorged, the lees remaining in the bottle. This shines with blood orange and little red fruits and calls for a nice slice of prosciutto or two.