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  • Leone de Castris, Salice Salentino Riserva Puglia
    Staff Favourite
    Puglia, Italy
    90% Negroamaro & 10% Black Malvasia of Lecce
    Wine of an intense red colour with garnet-coloured hints. On the nose, fruity aromas of blackberry and black cherry, mingle with notes of basil and sweet spices due to the refinement in oak barrels. In the mouth it is smooth and balanced with a strong but never intrusive tannin. A great, long-lasting finish. A former winner of “Wine of The Year” at the NOffLA Irish Wine Awards. Delicious! Puglia

    Leone de Castris, Salice Salentino Riserva Puglia

    €20.95
  • Saladini Pilastri, Falerio
    Marche, Italy
    Trebbiano, Passerina & Pecorino
    Medium-bodied with citrus notes and layers of ripe pear, with a long and elegant finish. A great organic wine.

    Saladini Pilastri, Falerio

    €15.95
  • ciello-bianco
    Sicily, Italy
    Catarratto
    Amazingly fresh and vibrant, this Italian catarrato, made from organic grapes, is fragrant and crisp. Lots of delicate flavours of white fruit, hints of peach and lemon zest mid palate with soft notes of marzipan on its bright finish.

    Ciello Bianco, Catarratto

    €13.95
  • il-faggio-montepulciano
    Abruzzo, Italy
    100% Montepulciano
    A deep ruby red in colour, with lifted perfumes of dark fruits, plums and cherries and a hint of mocha. This wine has soft, ripe tannins and a delicious chocolate-cherry finish.

    Il Faggio, Montepulciano d`Abruzzo

    €15.95
  • la-giustiniana-gavi-di-gavi-lugarara
    Piemonte, Italy
    100% Cortese
    Straw-yellow with a greenish hue. The wine‘s aromas of white fruit, stone fruit and lime zest are immediately beguiling and followed by a subtle yet persistent bouquet of green apples. The palate is well balanced with a fresh acidity and good structure. Pleasant almond notes linger on the finish.

    La Giustiniana, Gavi di Gavi `Lugarara`

    €24.95
  • alpha-zeta-a-amarone.jpg
    Veneto, Italy
    90% Corvina/Corvinone, 10% Rondinella
    Deep and intense on the nose with perfumes of dried cherries and blueberries, with notes of spiced autumn fruit compote. On the palate it is powerful but modern, with a lovely balance of ripe tannins and spiced, concentrated savoury cherry fruit character. A touch of woodsmoke completes the long finish.

    Alpha Zeta `A` Amarone

    €35.95
  • maialina-chianti-classico-riserva
    Tuscany, Italy
    Sangiovese
    Inviting aromas of black cherries, plums and sweet spices, with notes of roses and black pepper. This wine is elegant and lush on the palate with ripe round tannins and a long finish.

    La Maialina, Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, 2008 Maia Lina

    €26.95
  • Alpha Zeta 'A' Amarone, Wood Presentation
    Veneto, Italy
    90% Corvina/Corvinone, 10% Rondinella
    Presented in a single bottle wooden gift box, this Italian red is deep and intense on the nose with perfumes of dried cherries and blueberries, with notes of spiced autumn fruit compote. On the palate it is powerful but modern, with a lovely balance of ripe tannins and spiced, concentrated savoury cherry fruit character. A touch of woodsmoke completes the long finish.

    Alpha Zeta 'A' Amarone, Wood Presentation

    €44.95
  • Vigna Corvino Montepulciano D'Abruzzo 2017
    Abruzzo, Italy
    Montepulciano
    A smooth wine with dark ripe fruits and a warming palate. Bright cherry and violet on the nose. A well-balanced wine!

    Vigna Corvino Montepulciano D'Abruzzo 2017

    €16.95
  • La Maialina Chianti 2014 Maia Lina
    Tuscany, Italy
    Sangiovese
    A complex nose of brooding fruit and flowers proceeds a palate full of dark, ripe red berries and a soft finish. This dry, medium-bodied wine is a true people pleaser!

    La Maialina Chianti 2014 Maia Lina

    €17.95
  • Negroamaro 'Il Pumo' Salento 2015 San Marzano
    Puglia, Italy
    Negroamaro
    A well-structured wine with dark cherry and spiced raspberry aromas followed by a vibrant fruity palate with a hint of chocolate on the finish.

    Negroamaro 'Il Pumo' Salento 2015 San Marzano

    €17.95
  • San Polo Brunello Di Montalcino 2014
    Tuscany, Italy
    Sangiovese
    On the nose, classic aromas of red berries and violets with subtle notes of coffee and tobacco. It is full-bodied with ripe tannins which are balanced by a lively acidity. Slowly leaves your mouth in a warm, smooth exit.

    San Polo Brunello Di Montalcino 2014

    €65.95
  • Benanti Etna Rosso 2014
    Sicily, Italy
    Nerello Mascalese (85%), Nerello Cappuccio (15%)
    A seductive blend of Sicilian varietal grapes Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio. A gorgeous aroma of cake spice, herbs and spring flowers followed by a delicious palate of juicy black cherries, cinnamon, white pepper and clove. A well-balance, delectable wine!

    Benanti Etna Rosso 2014

    €29.95
  • G.D. Vajra Dolcetto D'Alba 2015
    Piemonte, Italy
    Dolcetto
    Lovely herbal berry notes along with red and blueberries and thyme that accompany on the palate. A solid tannic structure provides balance and weight to the berry fruit character.

    G.D. Vajra Dolcetto D'Alba 2015

    €25.95
  • Pipoli Aglianico Del Vulture 2014
    Italy
    Aglianico
    A powerful nose of bitter cherry, aromatic herbs, thyme and vanilla. On the palate, it is warm and bold, with elegant undertones of cream and spice. This wine has extraordinary balance and a marked minerality - a pleasure to drink!

    Pipoli Aglianico Del Vulture 2014

    €17.95
  • Occhipinti SP68 Bianco 2014
    Sicily, Italy
    Albanello, Moscato d'Alessandria
    SP68 Bianco is a very fresh and fragrant wine with intense aromas of orange blossoms, honey and almond! On the palate, it is soft and savory leaving you wanting more.

    Occhipinti SP68 Bianco 2014

    €35.95
  • Maretti Rosso 2017
    Piedmonte, Italy
    Barbera, Nebbiolo
    From the moment the bottle is opened, the wine invites you in with aromas of fresh red fruit followed by dried herb, aniseed, and forest floor. Once it hits your tongue, a splash of bright cherry and dark red berry fills your mouth then warm spices ending with savoury notes. A true delight in a bottle!

    Maretti Rosso 2017

    €19.95
  • Alpha Zeta Valpolicella Ripasso Superior 2014
    Veneto, Italy
    95% Corvina, 5% Rondinella
    A stunning, full-bodied Ripasso with aromas of deep red and black cherries on the nose. In the mouth, supple structure and a deep, creamy cherry pie character followed by a bitter cherry finish.

    Alpha Zeta Valpolicella Ripasso Superior 2014

    €19.95
  • Fatalone Primitivo
    Puglia, Italy
    Primitivo
    A bold wine with sweet tobacco and spice on the nose. A full-bodied mouthfeel with flavours of plum, toffee and sour black cherry.

    Fatalone Primitivo

    €23.95
  • Mandrarossa Grillo 2015
    Sicily, Italy
    Grillo
    This wine has aromas of vibrant Sicilian citrus fruits, on the palate it is fresh with a savoury edge of herbal notes, lemon, and stark acidity! Pleasant and mineral.

    Mandrarossa Grillo 2015

    €15.95
  • G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2015
    Piemonte, Italy
    Moscato
    One of the best examples of the famous Moscato d'Asti! Aromas of stone fruit - apricot and peach with zesty citrus notes. A delicate yet persistent palate of exotic fruits with lovely creamy texture and subtle fizz.

    G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2015

    €19.95
  • Benanti Etna Bianco "Biancodicaselle" 2016
    Sicily, Italy
    Carricante
    Beautiful Etna white with sliced pear, apple and chalk aromas. Full-bodied, round and rich with dried pineapple and hints of mineral. Really nice wine!

    Benanti Etna Bianco "Biancodicaselle" 2016

    €29.95
  • Collo Gorziano Clivi Brazan 2001
    Fruili, Italy
    Malvasia, Friulano
    A complex structured white with lively fruit and spice aromas. Nice body and fullness on the palate - a truly well- aged white!

    Collo Gorziano Clivi Brazan 2001

    €45.95
  • Isole e Olena Vin Santo 2006 375ml
    Tuscany, Italy
    65% Malvasia, 35% Trebbiano Toscano
    This a very intense Vin Santo with aromas of dried apricots and honey which give way to a rich palate filled with concentrated notes of honey, apricot, fig, and vanilla. Delicious and fresh finish with perfectly balances the 220 grams of residual sugar!

    Isole e Olena Vin Santo 2006 375ml

    €53.95
  • ALPHA ZETA 'A' AMARONE, Card PRESENTATION
    Veneto, Italy
    90% Corvina/Corvinone, 10% Rondinella
    Presented in a single bottle red card gift box, this Italian red is deep and intense on the nose with perfumes of dried cherries and blueberries, with notes of spiced autumn fruit compote. On the palate it is powerful but modern, with a lovely balance of ripe tannins and spiced, concentrated savoury cherry fruit character. A touch of woodsmoke completes the long finish.

    ALPHA ZETA 'A' AMARONE, Card PRESENTATION

    €38.95
  • Ornellaia 2016 Bolgheri DOC Superiore
    Tuscany, Italy
    51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc, 4% Petit Verdot
    In 2016 Bolgheri was blessed by the second exceptional vintage on the trot, after the superb 2015. People are struggling to remember two such excellent consecutive vintages and it is fair to say that the release of the wines has been much anticipated. The critics have been lavish with their praise. This fantastic wine has monumental depth with profound layers of black fruit, coffee, liquorice and baking chocolate. Glossy shine and a polished texture that segues to important richness, concentration and textural fibre. Wraps thickly over the palate, imparting waves of sweet dark fruit and dark spice that lingers for many long minutes. The Ornellaia vineyard totals 280 acres that are divided into more than 70 vineyard plots according to soil type, exposition and varietal. All the vineyards are about three miles from the Mediterranean shore. The mild maritime climate features sea breezes that keep the sky clear with low rainfall and long summers that favour the development of aromatic compounds. The clusters were hand-picked into 15 kg boxes and then selected by hand on a double sorting table, before and after destemming, and finally softly crushed. In 2016, optical sorting has been introduced in addition to manual selection, in order to further increase the quality of selection. Each grape variety and single vineyard block was vinified separately. Fermentation took place in stainless steel and concrete tanks at temperatures between 26-30°C for two weeks, followed by 10-15 days of maceration on the skins. The malolacticfermentation took place mainly in oak barrels, 70% new and 30% once-used. The wine then remained in barriques, in Ornellaia’s temperature- controlled cellars for about 20 months. After the first 12 months of maturation, the wine was assembled and then returned to the barriques for an additional 8 months. After bottling, the wine aged a further 12 months prior to release. Cellar Potential 2020-2040 “2016 represents another immensely successful vintage highlighting all the virtues of Bolgheri’s climate: abundant sunshine, without excessive heat, a dry summer to allow the grapes to achieve perfect ripeness and concentration, and just about enough rain to avoid stress. All these elements combine to yield a wine that shows lush ripeness and crisp firmness, opposing forces creating a sense of dense raciness we like to describe as “tension”.” Axel Heinz – Estate Director “A particularly dark and young colour is the prelude to a complex nose of black berries, spices and cedar. The palate is rich and dense, balanced by a refined and firm tannic structure, lifted by a juicy and bright acidity.” Olga Fusari – Winemaker – July 2018 Monica Larner scored the wine at 98 points and gave it this glowing review. “The 2016 Bolgheri Superiore Ornellaia is a wine of extreme complexity and precision. It offers monumental depth with profound layers of black fruit, coffee, licorice and baking chocolate. I tasted this 2016 vintage beside the less-impactful 2015 vintage (which was reviewed last year). These two editions are very different when compared side to side, and this 2016 release is clearly superior in terms of the quality, clarity and intensity of its offerings. This Ornellaia delivers glossy shine and a polished texture that segues to important richness, concentration and textural fiber. It wraps thickly over the palate, imparting waves of sweet dark fruit and dark spice that linger for many long minutes. This beautiful wine is hitting the market now, but collectors will want to put it straight into their cellars for safekeeping.” Bruce Sanderson scored it at 96 points and Mick O’Connell MW scored it at 97 points, writing this note. “Plush nose, cedar and cigar box spice. Merlot showing with plum and currants. Super finesse here, long and fine but very dense and compact - opulence and vibrancy simultaneously - gives nice tension and contrast. Excellent stuff.”

    Ornellaia 2016 Bolgheri DOC Superiore

    €249.00
  • Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia 2016
    Tuscany, Italy
    85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc
    In 2016 Bolgheri was blessed by the second exceptional vintage on the trot, after the superb 2015. People are struggling to remember two such excellent consecutive vintages and it is fair to say that the release of the wines has been much anticipated. The critics have been lavish with their praise. 100/100 Wine Advocate, 98/100 Wine Enthusiast, 18.5/20 Jancis Robinson Monica Larner of the Wine Advocate scored the wine a perfect 100 points, and gave it this review, full of superlatives. “The 2016 Sassicaia is a wine of soaring achievement. I tasted this wine several times during the course of its creation in both barrel and bottle, and the highly deserved 100-point score you see here was enthusiastically assigned at the conclusion of a mini vertical in which I tasted and compared the 2016 vintage against 2015 (which I scored 97 points). It makes perfect sense to present these two excellent vintages in back-to-back comparison fashion because they are two of the best to emerge from Bolgheri, and indeed Tenuta San Guido, in recent memory. These are very similar vintages with long, hot summer months that fuelled a long growing season. There was a bit more rain in 2016, and in analytical terms this vintage has a tad more acidity. However, the results in the glass are extraordinarily different. The 2015 vintage is exuberant, round, succulent and immediate, whereas the 2016 vintage shows pinpoint sharpness and precision (with similar grit and texture at the back). That acidity will carry it long into the future as the wine completes its slow evolutionary course. This wine is chiselled and sharp with blackberry, ripe cherry, grilled herb and barbecue spice. The aromas flow from the glass in a continuous stream and are all marked by radiant intensity. The mouthfeel is long and powerful. The crisp linearity of the wine's tannic backbone is perfectly measured to the volume and depth of the fruit flavors. To my mind, the 2016 Sassicaia stands tall next to the epic 1985 vintage that set the ultimate benchmark for vino italiano.“ Bruce Sanderson of the Wine Spectator scored Sassicaia at 97 points, while Mick O’Connell MW scored it at 98 points and wrote this note. “Super-dense core of black fruit and cassis - wood spice still integrating. Dense and concentrated with fine grain tannin and superb length. Pure and very fine. A lot of complexity - spice and cedar with touch of cigar box. Really juicy acid too - almost mouth-watering which gives a fabulous freshness and purity alongside the intense fruit core. Fabulous. One of the best I have tasted from Sassicaia”. Sassicaia is today one of the most sought after fine wines in the world. This is larely because of the vision, enerf=gy and drive o proprietor Mario Incisa della Rocchetta. The name Sassicaia means place of many stones and the gravelly soil has been compared to those found in the Medoc. "Mid-deep ruby-garnet. A notable nose ragrance with tobacco scent lifts out of the glass. Acore or ripe, sweet cassis fruit is wrapped in subtle clove oak spice, some earthy tones and cigar box. Needs only a little coaxing from the glass, whish is surprising, given its youth. Focussed, precise and elegant cassis on the palate with crushed rock and tobacco. Very fine, fairly firm tannins, with a line of acidity helping to give structure. Very long, delicate, scented finish." Tim Jackson, MW, jancisrobinson.com

    Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia 2016

    €350.00
  • Barolo DOCG Domenico Clerico 2014
    Piedmont, Italy
    Nebbiolo
    “One of the most gifted winemakers in Piedmont…these are wines of extraordinary richness, amazing aromatics, and sensual personalities that satiate both the hedonistic and the intellectual senses.” -Robert Parker, Jr. “Few producers’ wines have given me as much pleasure over the years as those of Domenico Clerico.” – Antonio Galloni 100% Nebbiolo from 30 year old vines. Maceration occurs over 15-20 days. A part is aged for 18-24 months in French oak barriques (60% new – 40% used-once) a part is aged for 24 months in 50hl Slavonian oak, then blended. Great berry notes, rich yet incredibly elegant. Clean, austere and fine tannins.

    Barolo DOCG Domenico Clerico 2014

    €65.95
  • Costadune Nero d'Avola Mandrarossa 2017
    Staff Favourite
    Sicily, Italy
    Nero d'Avola
    A moderately intense red wine, with hints of purple, typical of the variety. Hints of black cherries, plums, red mulberries and soft spice. Smooth on the palate with fragrance of plums and red mulberries. The typical freshness of the variety is well balanced. 3 months in steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 10 °C.

    Costadune Nero d'Avola Mandrarossa 2017

    €15.95
  • Pieropan Soave Classico 2017
    Veneto, Italy
    90% Garganega, 10% Trebbiano di Soave
    Expressive and classic Soave, white flower and green apple notes. Ripe fruit perfectly balanced with the acidity and its freshness. The Pieropan family has been producing wines in Soave since the 1890s. Indeed, they were the first producer to bottle a wine with the name Soave on the label in the early 1930s. The soil is clay-basalt and volcanic in origin. Yields are low and the vines south facing. The vineyards are planted primarily with Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave (no relation to its prolific Tuscan namesake). No pesticides or chemicals are used.

    Pieropan Soave Classico 2017

    €22.95
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