Food If You Love Red Wine, You Need To Drink THIS

23:26  16 april  2018
23:26  16 april  2018 Source:   delish.com

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If you're obsessed with red wine (aren't we all?), you probably drink less of it in the summer and more of it in the winter. That's just how it goes: a glass of Pinot sounds better when cozied up by a fire than when sweating by a pool. Needing a warm-weather alternative is precisely why rosé sales grew 53% in 2017 - it's pink water for summer, guys. Well, I've found an even better alternative: Lambrusco. It's a red - from the Italian Lambrusco grape-served chilled, it's bubbly, and it's ultra-refreshing.

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1. It's sparkling-but not too sparkling.

Unlike champagne, Lambrusco isn't so full of bubbles that you don't want to gulp it down. It's effervescent - slightly sparkling, but it won't make your throat burn.

a hand holding a glass of red wine: Lambrusco© Getty Images Lambrusco

2. It goes perfectly with ALL food.

Gone are the days of someone side-eyeing you at a restaurant for ordering Sauv Blanc with steak. A dry, crisp, lightly sparkling lambrusco is a great food wine.

3. It's SO drinkable.

I've been known to drink a bottle of Lambrusco to myself (oops, probably shouldn't admit that), only because it goes down like water. Once you start, it's hard to stop.

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