Cantina Sociale Formigine Pedemontana, the Invigorating Taste of Lambrusco
The Cantina Sociale Formigine Pedemontana Winery is located on the dry soils of Modenese uplands and lower hillslopes, surrounded with mansions and ancient castles. The vineyards cover an area of 600 hectares, out of which 70% vines are for the production of Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro. Along with vineyards and cellar, the company has a wine tasting point and a functional wine shop, surrounded by the lush beauty of the countryside. Modena is also famous for producing unique traditional dishes, paired with tasty wines.
A Union of Wineries at Cantina Sociale Formigine Pedemontana
In 1920, a group of 49 local farmers established Cantina Sociale of Formigine. Eugenio Guastalla, a landlord of Jewish origin, was the first President of the winery and operated it until 1938. Today, approximate 380 partners work together with modern technology and dedication. In 2006, they merged the old winery with Cantina Pedemontana of Sassuolo and established Cantina Sociale Formigine Pedemontana.
Taste Delicious Still, Sparkling, and Dessert Wines
Formigine Pedemontana grows a wide range of autochthonous vines, especially Lambrusco Grasparossa. The production staff also cultivates unique Grechetto Gentile, Malabo Gentile, Lambrusco di Sorbara, and Malvasia. The traditional area of vine cultivation lies between the Secchia and Panaro rivers. The development of fruity grapes range from plummy dark blue to blackish with a thick skin. The winery produces high-quality red, white, and rosé wines, in combination with high-end sparkling and dessert wines. If you want to relish the beauty of Modena along with an unforgettable wine tasting experience, plan a trip to Cantina Sociale Formigine Pedemontana.