Lambrusco maestri is the grape. Lambrusco means good times. Well, it's not a direct translation, but it should be! Our mate Neil Prentice makes this vivacious pet nat with his gnarled, bare hands. We love it. Frothy, fizzy, dark in the glass but with so much freshness, crisp bubbles and general tangy brightness that you'd be hard pressed noticing the colour but for excitement. It's a brilliant rendition of the traditional style, a wine for red-and-white-checked table cloths and your favourite tomato pasta consumed by candlelight.