The cultivation area winds from the South in the hilly areas near Modena to the alluvial plain of Central Emilia.
For this reason, one can identify bands of very different terrains, starting with soils of medium structure with a high content of sand and gravel.
A particularly favorable environment for growing Lambrusco Grasparossa is to be found in the foothills area of “red soil”.
As one descends towards the plain, one finds that the soils become looser in the vicinity of the main rivers (Reno, Secchia, and Panaro), interspersed with pockets of, at times, heavy clay of medium to high fertility, to which our grape varieties have brilliantly adapted themselves.
High rainfall completes the picture, which is of an ideal environment in which to obtain fresh, semi-sparkling wines made from Lambrusco and Pignoletto grapes.