Crafted by Marco Lanzotti of Angol d'Amig, the Spoma? 2021 emerges from Lambrusco di Sorbara grapes, sourced from a vineyard distinct for its fuller body, although offering fewer minerals and bubbles compared to La Banda. The vinification journey begins with meticulous destemming and crushing, followed by fermentation enriched by the infusion of frozen must from the same grapes before bottling. This wine embarks on a sensory voyage, revealing scents of red fruit on the nose, while the effervescent character enlivens the palate, invoking a culinary experience. With its opalescent ruby hue, it beckons in the glass, releasing aromas reminiscent of freshly harvested, ripe grapes. On the palate, the essence of ripe fruit harmonizes with a delicate yet pleasingly gritty bubble, accompanied by herbaceous undertones. This pale pink effervescent delight, graced by subtle bubbles, conjures memories of raspberry lemonade. Whether savored as an aperitif or paired with relaxed culinary companions like pizza or grilled meats, its limited production of 700 bottles encapsulates a moment of camaraderie among Italian winemakers – a shared query: "Spoma?"