The winery proposes various different product lines, but Campanone takes pride of place. This wine owes its name to the bell-tower of the Gonzaga fortress in Novellara, the slender form of which reflects in the shape of the elegant bottle, patented by the winery at the beginning of the Nineties. Campanone comes in three variants: Red, White and Rosé.
Campanone Rosso Doc accounts for more than one third of the winery’s production and according to data from IRI (the Italian Wine Association), it is the best-selling Reggiano Doc wine in Italy! Thanks to this wine, Cantine Lombardini has received a whole succession of awards and acknowledgements. A semi-sparkling, effervescent, modern wine, persistent and full-bodied (obtained from Salamino and Marani grapes), deep ruby-red in colour and with the delicate fragrance of blackberries and bilberries. In short, decisive yet harmonious and well-balanced, it epitomizes Lambrusco wine, its uniqueness and versatility, characteristics that have made it one of the world’s best-selling sparkling wines. Bright pale ruby-red in colour with a slight hint of strawberries, fresh and distinctly mineral notes, Campanone Rosato (obtained from Lambrusco Salamino and Sorbara grapes) was proclaimed Italy’s best sparkling Rosé wine and was awarded a gold medal at the “Concorso Enologico Nazionale Vini Rosati d’Italia” national rosé wine competition.
Lastly, Campanone Bianco is a delicate, fresh and elegant wine, pale yellow in colour and obtained from a blend of Pinot noir subjected to white-wine vinification and Chardonnay.