What lies behind the family's success, is the idea of creating a close link between the individual vineyards and the wines produced, along with a meticulous selection of the grapes, to ensure the highest quality. The Tenuta Quercioli Estate, birthplace of this wine, is located in the valley of the River Enza, in the Lambrusco Reggiano DOC area. There are 60 different Lambrusco grapes varieties in Emilia Romagna, this wine is made from the Lambrusco Salamino and Lambrusco Marani varieties, which are planted in La Favorita estate. Trained according to the Cordon method, the yields are carefully controlled and are maintained at 30 to 40% lower than the quantity required to comply with the regulations, which govern the DOC.
The grapes were fermented under temperature controlled conditions with selected yeasts, with traditional maceration lasting three to four days. This Lambrusco was made according to the Charmat method or 'Metodo Italiano', where the secondary fermentation took place in tank to obtain the sparkling wine. When the secondary fermentation was complete, the wine was gently filtered and bottled to retain freshness and the purity of fruit.