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Cantina Paltrinieri


Apply: Paltrinieri
Wine area: Lambrusco Di Sorbara (DOC)
Foundation year: 1926
Winemaker: Attilio Pagli
Vine variety: Lambrusco di Sorbara, Lambrusco Salamino
Hectare: 17
Number of bottles produced/year: 150000
Most important labels:
GROSSO - Lambrusco di Modena DOC Spumante metodo classico
LARISERVA - Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC Spumante brut
RADICE - Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC rifermentazione naturale in bottiglia
LECLISSE - Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC Cru
SANT'AGATA - Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC

When I finished my studies, my father asked me what I wanted to do with my life. My answer was that I wanted to keep alive the tradition of work that grandfather Achille had started in 1926 and that he and my mom had been running for 40 years now. In 1998 with my wife Barbara I started to run the winery directly betting on the production of the first pure Sorbara. Since then I have been treating and vinifying 17 hectares of vineyards in the historic area of Cristo di Sorbara, the thinnest area of land between the Secchia and the Panaro, the two rivers that embrace the province of Modena

Wine Tasting: yes
Oil Tasting: no
Purchase products in the cellar: yes
Purchase products online: yes
Disabled accessibility: yes
Coach parking: yes
Other services: Guided tours under reservation in Italian, English and French
Apply: Alessia Contini
Language spoken: Italian, English, French

Territory: Nearby you can find


If you are interested in engines in Modena you can find the Enzo Ferrari Museum of Modena and the Ferrari Museum of Maranello, also within a few kilometers you can visit several places dedicated to engines, such as the Maserati, museum of cars and vintage motorcycles Umberto Panini, the Stanguellini museum, the Righini collection, the Pagani Automobili and the new Autodromo di Modena. If you are an art enthusiast, the Gallerie Estense and the historic rooms of the Palazzo Comunale will leave you speechless.


Modena, the ancient Estense capital, contains architectural jewels of rare beauty, including the Cathedral of Modena, the Civic Tower and Piazza Grande, which in 1997 were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A short distance from Modena we also find Nonantola with its Abbey, Carpi, Sassuolo, Mirandola, Vignola and its fortress and fantastic natural parks such as those of Roccamalatina