The Lambrusco Rosso Frizzante Vecchio Moro wine is produced in the Rinaldini winery located in San Ilario d'Enza in the province of Reggio Emilia. Lambrusco Rosso Frizzante Vecchio Moro is composed of grapes coming mostly from the Lambrusco Grasparossa vine (85%), while the remaining 15% is divided between the Ancellotta vine with 10% and, finally, the Marzemino with 5%. . The wine is produced by double fermentation: the first takes place on the skins at a controlled temperature and lasts about 10 days, while the second is longer and is carried out in an autoclave with the addition of selected yeasts, according to the Charmat method. Lambrusco Rosso Frizzante Vecchio Moro is a balanced wine, quite structured and full, fragrant, fresh and dry at the same time, with a pleasant fine bubble that is well suited to the typical dishes of the Emilian tradition.