This was different and interesting. One of the better Lambrusco's Tasted. It is a blend of 30% Lambrusco Marani, 30% Lambrusco Salamino, 20% Lambrusco Maestri, 10% Lambrusco Grasparossa, and 10% Ancellotta. It is made utilizing the Charmat-Martinotti method in which the secondary fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks. The carbonation occurs from the decomposition of sugar by added yeasts. The bottle is sealed with a crown cap. Purple in color with purple foam. The nose is a bit grapey with some black cherries and a slight sauerkraut note that faded after about 30 minutes of air (reduction?). Full bodied and fizzy. The palate is a combination of raspberry and black cherry soda. A slight sweetness. Served with a slight chill, it is refreshing with enough acidity to cut the sweetness. Each glass seemed better than the prior one or perhaps my palate was adjusting. For around $20, this is not cheap but fairly priced. It would work well of course, with pizza, but this would work with a wide variety of foods although seafood is a stretch.