Spergola and Lambrusco are two geographical areas in Scandiano, near Reggio Emilia, very famous for wine production. Lambrusco and Spergola are common and frequent names in the local agricultural tradition, but not only. These grapes, Spergola and Lambrusco, arise from Scandiano hills specifically and these landscapes give us the image of a very old winemaking practice.
A little curiosity for Spergola: you think that even Matilde di Canossa, during one of her diplomatic maneuvers, did homage to Pope Gregory VII .
We will discover the features of these grapes by visiting one of the local wineries producing. Spergola is a specific grape coming from a native grape variety found almost exclusively in the territory of Scandiano, near Reggio Emilia. We will discover the characteristics of Spergola, a unique grape, giving a cru wine and growing only in a small portion on Scandiano’s territory. Also the famous Lambrusco can contain several varieties of grape that all belong to the great family of Lambrusco wines, similar but not identical to each other. You will visit a winery in the area to discover these wines, up to the final tasting of both local products, discovering the deep history of the territory and the wine industry characterizing it
The price does include: visit to a wine cellar close to Reggio Emilia; final tasting of Spergola and Lambrusco.
The price does not include: transfers; overnights; anything not specifically mentioned in “The price does include”.