The term Lambrusco indicates a series of black grape vines and the wine produced with these. In Italy there are several DOC and IGT specific for Lambrusco. The Lambrusco grapes are black, grown more in Emilia-Romagna in the provinces of Modena and Reggio Emilia, in smaller quantities in the Province of Parma and in Lombardy in the Province of Mantua. They are used to produce sparkling and sparkling wines, both red and rosé. Lambrusco is the best-selling Italian wine in Italy and exported worldwide.