Nope: not Spielberg's new horror movie about a dangerous underwater masseur ("You'll never get on the table again..."), this is our new favorite thing from Emilia-Romagna, a wine as naturally made as it is gulpable. In a region scarred by industrial-scale production (Remember Riunite?), winemaker Antonia Munari pioneered a hardcore sustainable approach: 100% organic farming, and a winery that's solar-powered and carbon-neutral. This is a gorgeously classic dry Lambrusco: lightly sparkling, with savory dark fruit notes: think muddled blackberry, blueberry, with hints of black pepper and a ferrous mineral core. Zesty and refreshing, the only horror here is how fast the bottle has a way of disappearing!