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  • Carminucci Naumakos Falerio dei Colli Ascolani
    Marche, Italy
    Trebbiano, Pecorino, Passerina and Malvasia
    This is a fresh and fruity blend of Trebbiano, Passerina, and Pecorino. Trebbiano is the backbone while the other two, each native varieties, boost the aromatic complexity. Crisp, tangy, and refreshing. The Colour is a light straw, tints of green, micro-bubbles. Aromas are pleasant if modest, of almonds. There are refreshing fruity flavors with an immediate appeal, persistent from start to finish. And I'm not talking tasting portions here. This is not a wine to sip and abandon; it has second, even third, glass appeal! Good acidity too. Could possibly do with a bit more body, a tad more viscosity, but a very pleasant wine as is and Very Highly Recommended.

    Carminucci Naumakos Falerio dei Colli Ascolani

    €18.95
  • Antichi Poderi Jerzu Bantu Cannonau Sardinia
    Sardinia, Italy
    100% Cannonau
    The vines are grown on south and south-east facing vineyards at altitudes between 350 - 450 metres above sea level, maximising exposure to sunlight. Soils are mostly schistous and calcareous. The average vine age is 20 years. The training system is simple Guyot and planting density is 4,000 vines per hectare.

    Antichi Poderi Jerzu Bantu Cannonau Sardinia

    €20.95
  • Mandrarossa Cartagho Rosso Sicilia Sicily
    Sicily, Italy
    100% Nero d'Avola
    Vineyards for this wine are located in the contrada Torrenova in the Menfi area, on the south-western coast of Sicily. The vines grow on south-west facing hills at 150 metres above sea level, where soils are sandy. Vines are Guyot trained and planted at a density of 4,000–4,200 plants per hectare. This wine is intense red in colour with purple reflections. On the nose, it has powerful aromas of blackberries and cherries. On the palate, there are intense flavours of black fruit with hints of dates and maritime pine.

    Mandrarossa Cartagho Rosso Sicilia Sicily

    €33.95
  • Vesevo Falanghina Beneventano Campania
    Italy
    100% Falanghina
    Low temperature fermentation has retained the fresh, crisp and aromatic quality of the wine while still allowing its character to shine through. Perfumes of white flowers and white melon with mineral notes provide a backdrop to the full, ripe palate, and lift the finish. An elegant wine, with a lingering touch of honey.

    Vesevo Falanghina Beneventano Campania

    €18.95
  • 2009 G.Brunelli Brunello di Montalcino Riserva
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    This wine opens with aromas of ripe black fruit, earth, leather and a balsamic note. The juicy palate delivers fleshy black cherry, fruit, licorice and menthol accented with hints of Mediterranean herbs alongside big, round tannins. Drink 2015–2021. KERIN O’KEEFE

    2009 G.Brunelli Brunello di Montalcino Riserva

    €169.00
  • Vigneti Zabu Nero d Avola Sicilia IGT, Sicily
    Sicily, Italy
    100% Nero d'Avola
    This Nero d`Avola has an intense ruby red colour with purple highlights. The nose is bursting with red cherries and berry fruit, supported by floral and balsamic notes. Warm and long-lasting, the palate has lovely hints of wildflower on the aftertaste.

    Vigneti Zabu Nero d Avola Sicilia IGT, Sicily

    €16.95
  • Trediberri Bricco Mollea, Dogliani
    Piedmont, Italy
    100% Dolceto
    Traditional fermentation brings a texture and structure to this Dolcetto that is rarely seen anymore. Bright red fruit gives way to a spicy and refreshing finish.

    Trediberri Bricco Mollea, Dogliani

    €21.95
  • Terre di Pietra Quercia Laboriosa, Veneto
    Veneto, Italy
    90% Garganega, 5% Pinot bianco, 5% Müller thurgau
    Quercia Laboriosa di Terre di Pietra is a brisk and flowing white wine obtained from a base of Garganega grapes which is completed by sales of Pinot Blanc and Müller Thurgau. It ferments at a controlled temperature by indigenous yeasts only and is completed with six months of rest in steel tanks and another six months of aging in bottle. It is pale yellow in color. Fruity notes of pear and melon emerge on the nose, followed by pleasant citrus nuances. The palate is smooth and balanced, fresh and medium-bodied. Good persistence. serious; a simple and honest wine, flowing and essential.

    Terre di Pietra Quercia Laboriosa, Veneto

    €26.95
  • Terre di Pietra Piccola Peste Valpolicella, Veneto
    Valencia, Italy
    40% Corvina, 30% Corvinone, 20% Rondinella, 10% Molinara
    Terre di Pietra's 'problem child' is essentially a declassified Valpolicella, and it's everything we think Valpolicella should be: full of bouncy, juicy red-berried fruit, smooth tannins, and refreshing acidity. Deliciously uncomplicated.

    Terre di Pietra Piccola Peste Valpolicella, Veneto

    €29.95
  • Olianas Vermentino di Sardegna, Sardinia
    Sardinia, Italy
    100 % Vermentino
    Made with 100% Vermentino Sardinia’s signature white grape. A different take and approach to Vermentino here. Firstly there are 2 harvests – the earlier harvest has more acidity and the latter has rounder flavors resulting in a very balanced wine, secondly, 30% of the wine is aged in large oak. Round and generous on the palate with stone fruit, pink grapefruit, and spicy notes (fennel and jasmine) with a long fresh finish.

    Olianas Vermentino di Sardegna, Sardinia

    €24.95
  • Olianas Cannonau di Sardegna, Sardinia
    Sardinia, Italy
    100% Cannonau (Grenache)
    A supple and multi-layered Cannonau (Grenache) made entirely in Amphorae by Elena Casadei. Made from organically grown grapes on the Olianas estate the wine shows red and blueberry fruit, subtle spicy notes, minerality, and herbal notes. On the palate, the wines is round with smooth ripe tannins and a long, complex finish.

    Olianas Cannonau di Sardegna, Sardinia

    €24.95
  • Carminucci Naumakos Rosso Piceno Superiore, Marche
    Marche, Italy
    30% Sangiovese and 70% Montepulciano.
    As with the whites, the DOC for this red is in the south of the Marche region, close to Falerio, Offida and Rosso Conero. The blend is 30% Sangiovese and 70% Montepulciano. It has been matured for 12 months in 400-litre oak barrels. It is a dark ruby red with a complex bouquet of the darker fruits (plum, cherry), hints of liquorice too. The first rich sip tells much. It is a lovely rounded wine, full of flavour, some moderate spice, with a terrific balance, quite fine tannins and a persistent finish.

    Carminucci Naumakos Rosso Piceno Superiore, Marche

    €19.95
  • Antichi Poderi Jerzu Telave Vermentino Sardinia
    Sardinia, Italy
    100% Vermentino
    Antichi Poderi Jerzu is a co-operative based in the small village of Jerzu in the historical Ogliastra region on the east coast of Sardinia. Jerzu is a remote and untouched village that maintains many of its age-old traditions. This may have something to do with the fact that Jerzu is believed to be the village with the world record ratio of centenarians to population: of the 3200 inhabitants, four are over 100 years old! The co-operative was founded in 1950 by the village doctor, Josto Miglior, who convinced 45 grape growers to join forces and produce better wine. Today, Jerzu unites 430 growers from almost all of the families in the village, and is led by head winemaker Biagio Boi and consultant winemaker Franco Bernabei. Their 650 hectares of vineyards are located in prime hillside areas stretching from the Gennargentu mountains in the heart of the island to the coast.

    Antichi Poderi Jerzu Telave Vermentino Sardinia

    €20.95
  • Paolini Conte di Matarocco Nero d Avola, Sicilia
    Sicily, Italy
    100% Nero d'Avola
    Dark purple color in the aroma and taste dark fruit in the background red fruit notes of oak vanilla chocolate tobacco smoke leather earthy cinnamon pepper correctly balanced low acidity rough tannin good everyday wine dinner.

    Paolini Conte di Matarocco Nero d Avola, Sicilia

    €13.95
  • Vigneti Zabu Il Passo Nerello Mascalese, Sicily
    Sicily, Italy
    60% Nerello Mascalese & 40% Nero d'Avola
    The Il Passo Vigneti Zabu by Farnese / Fantini is a special red wine whose Nerello Mascalese grapes are harvested later after they have dried in the warm winds of the African continent. So the berries lose 15-20% of their water, resulting in a highly concentrated must with a very high intensity of aromas and extract. After the fermentation, the Il Passo Vigneti Zabu is stored for 6 months in French and American oak barrels. Bright red ruby in the glass with intense aromas of red fruits, spices, and red flowers. The wine is vibrant, full, and intense with a bright red fruit character. Warm, with a silky texture, it is well-balanced with a persistent finish.

    Vigneti Zabu Il Passo Nerello Mascalese, Sicily

    €20.95
  • Fatalone Riserva Primitivo Gioia del Colle, Puglia
    Puglia, Italy
    100% Primitivo
    This estate was founded in its current guise in 1987 but has been in the family for generations. Tom Maresca in the ‘Italy 2013’ supplement to Decanter Magazine (February 2013) highlights Fatalone as being one of the very top Puglian producers with their Primitivos from the hilly enclave of Gioia del Colle combining power, freshness, and longevity in very fine wines. Such longevity and drinkability are the results of exacting attention to detail from the vineyard, through cellar and aging. The vineyards are situated in the Murgian hills on clay-limestone soils which contain fossilized marine creatures. In the cellar, only the naturally present yeasts are used and malolactic fermentation also starts naturally. Minimal sulfur is also used. Fatalone Riserva Primitivo spends 12 months stainless steel tanks, 12 months in Slavonic oak 750-liter-casks with the application of music therapy to optimize the spontaneous micro-oxygenation process and improve the fining of the wine, 6 months in bottle. This Riserva comes from the estate’s very best Primitivo grapes. It is full-bodied and full-on flavored with intense ruby red color. The nose shows ripe black fruit, toasted almond, and spices. The palate shows very ripe fruit, balanced with minerals and great freshness. Smooth and velvety black cherry, plum, blackberry, and mulberry with balsamic, clove, and cacao notes. It ends with toasted almonds flavors, very typical of the Gioia del Colle region.

    Fatalone Riserva Primitivo Gioia del Colle, Puglia

    €24.95
  • Vigna Corvino Pecorino Colline Pescaresi, Abruzzo
    Abruzzo, Italy
    100% Pecorino
    100% Pecorino and an excellent introduction to the grape style. Stone fruit with some spicy notes, it also carries minerality and plenty of life in a long crisp finish.

    Vigna Corvino Pecorino Colline Pescaresi, Abruzzo

    €17.95
  • Allegrini Valpolicella Classico, Veneto
    Veneto, Italy
    70% Corvina/Corvinone , 30% Rondinella
    70% Corvina/Corvinone , 30% Rondinella This Valpolicella from the hills of the Classico area is a delicious example of the wine this area is famous for. It is ruby red in colour, with youthful highlights. Fragrant fruit with prominent notes of dark cherries are echoed by fresher hints of pepper and aromatic herbs, typical of Corvina and its genetic cousin Corvinone, the historic varieties of this appellation. This Valpolicella is impressively lively and playful on the palate, whilst exhibiting delicacy and finesse at the same time. Feature(s): Vegetarian, Vegan

    Allegrini Valpolicella Classico, Veneto

    €21.95
  • Lambrusco dell'emilia Ponente 270
    Italy
    90% Lambursco 10% Malbo Gentile
    Lambrusco dell'Emilia Podere 270 is a classic red wine Lambrusco with second fermentation in the bottle giving a complex and very aromatic wine on the nose. Vibrant and fruity attack, followed by a lovely structure and delicate bubbles. Lovely spices on the finish. Unfines, unfiltered, low sulfites. Organic wine.

    Lambrusco dell'emilia Ponente 270

    €24.95
  • I Muri, Primitivo
    Puglia, Italy
    100% Primitivo
    This wine has a deep ruby red colour with violet reflections. On the nose, it has intense red berry fruit perfumes. Full-bodied with firm tannins, it is well balanced with lots of ripe fruit flavours.

    I Muri, Primitivo

    €17.95
  • Ca dei Frati, I Frati Lugana
    Veneto, Italy
    Excellent depth, layers of flavour ranging from white peach to almond blossom and lemons.

    Ca dei Frati, I Frati Lugana

    €25.95
  • Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Rosso
    Sicily, Italy
    Nerello Mascalese (95%), Nerello Cappuccio (5%)
    A super exciting Sicilian red! Light, fragrant, with a beautiful structure and spiciness. Made from Nerello Mascalese (95%) and Nerello Cappuccio (5%), this wine reminds to a premium Burgundy thanks to its savoury and complex character but at the same time it is so deeply Sicilian. Vineyards are planted on the slopes of the active volcano Etna, which gives a unique and remarkable character to the wine. To quote the winery's website "enjoy it with whatever food you wish, as long as its properly cooked."

    Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Rosso

    €29.95
  • 2015 Elvio Cogno Ravera Barolo
    Piedmont, Italy
    100% Nebbiolo
    The Ravera cru is undoubtedly one of the most renowned cru in the Barolo area, but also considered one of the most important in the world. It is extremely affected by the altitude, climate and soil. Barolo Ravera is produced with grapes from the historical cru in Novello, a guarantee of fine aromas, sapid flavor and great complexity. The mainly calcareous soil of this old vineyard adds elegance and structure to the wine, making it ideal for ageing. Only a few great wines possess its capacity to develop successfully in the course of time. Austere and severe in its early years, Barolo Ravera loses none of its typicality with the passing of the years; on the contrary, it improves all the time. Careful selection in the vineyard and relatively long fermentation help to heighten the grapes characteristics, which express themselves to the full after ageing in the bottle.

    2015 Elvio Cogno Ravera Barolo

    €115.00
  • Le Ragnaie Brunello di Montalcino Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    Le Ragnaie is known for its elegant, terroir-driven wines that stand out in this Tuscan powerhouse category. The owner and winemaker, Riccardo Campinoti, acquired the property in 2002 and now farms 15.5 ha. Making complex, traditional wines from Sangiovese Grosso, Riccardo’s wines exhibit elegance and finesse by farming some of the highest altitude vineyards in Montalcino. All four Brunello wines are fermented in concrete without selected yeast followed by a long maceration up to 90 days and three years in large Slavonian oak botti. All wines are bottled unfiltered and certified organic in the vineyards and cellar.

    Le Ragnaie Brunello di Montalcino Tuscany

    €95.00
  • Oltretorrente Colli Tortonesi Bianco Piedmonte
    Piemonte, Italy
    Big Blend, see description!
    Hold on tight because this wine may be produced from an impressive variation of grapes, namely Cortese and / or Favorita, Müller Thurgau, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, Riesling Italico, Riesling renano, Barbera Bianca , Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Sylvaner Verde and / or Timorasso.... That would certainly be all ... This complex mixture gives a more or less intense straw-colored wine, with an intense and pleasant fragrance. The taste is fresh, dry and sometimes bubbly (Vivace). Pairs well with fish and can be enjoyed as an aperitif.

    Oltretorrente Colli Tortonesi Bianco Piedmonte

    €22.95
  • Cataldi Madonna Pecorino Terre Aquilane Abruzzo
    Abruzzo, Italy
    100% Pecorino
    Over 10 years of attention to the Pecorino grape has pushed Cataldi Madonna to develop a simple version but only in terms of price. On the nose exuberant aromas of passion fruit and grapefruit. It impresses on the palate with a clear and sharp acidity, very pleasant, and a clean and full body that dangerously pushes to drink.

    Cataldi Madonna Pecorino Terre Aquilane Abruzzo

    €26.95
  • Agricola Gaia Barbera Brich Piemonte
    Piedmont, Italy
    100% Barbera
    A collaboration between Fabrizio Iuli and Eric Narioo (Vino dio Anna, Les Caves de Pyrene) in hilly Monferrato region of Piedmont. The grapes for this Barbera come from the lieux-dit “La Tina”, belonging to Fabrizio’s family for generations, formerly part of their old winery. The vines are 30 years old plus, and had been abandoned for 15 years before Fabrizio took them back. The climate there is continental, the soils consist of mixed clay-limestone, mostly white calcareous, with some lime.

    Agricola Gaia Barbera Brich Piemonte

    €18.95
  • 2017 Biondi Santi Rosso di Montalcino Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    Located just two miles from the town of Montalcino, Il Greppo sits on a 47-hectare parcel of land. The oldest vines on the property are over 80 years old, dating back to 1930. In 1988, Franco Biondi-Santi started an enormous undertaking in the vineyard, eventually increasing plantings from 4 to 25 hectares. He planted the vines on steep terraces, using the natural contour of the hills to create an amphitheater, setting Il Greppo’s cellar at center stage. The soils, rich in a stony marl known locally as galestro, are ideal for the cultivation of Sangiovese Grosso. Dry, warmer weather typically leads to a September harvest. Noted diurnal shifts ensure the characteristic aromas and acid levels that lead to the expressive, long-aging Brunellos typical of the estate. Thanks to the meticulous cultivation and clonal selection of the different generations, the Brunello Biondi-Santi, or BBS11, became an officially recognized and registered clone – the first to be named after a single producer.

    2017 Biondi Santi Rosso di Montalcino Tuscany

    €110.00
  • Benanti Etna Bianco Sicily
    Sicily, Italy
    100% Carricante
    100% Carricante made with no oak showing the full character of the grape and land. Stone fruit with marked saline acidity and a slight nutty character – long and persistent with great freshness and energy, a brilliant food wine.

    Benanti Etna Bianco Sicily

    €29.95
  • La Stoppa Ageno Bianco Emilia-Romagna
    Emilia-Romagna, Italy
    70% Malvasia di Candia Aromatica, Ortrugo, Trebbiano
    The vines at La Stoppa were worked organically from the early 90s and received organic certification in 2008. Elena, in typical humble fashion, describes herself as ‘la custode de la vigne’, merely a guardian, until she in her turn passes the estate to the next generation. Her low-key, but powerful conviction is that her responsibility is to farm and make wine in as sustainable, non-interventionist and authentic a way as possible. The wines qualify for Colli Piacentini DOC, but are bottled as Emilia IGT because she feels that the rules of the DOC do not allow the authenticity of the terroir to speak. Her stances on the necessity of truly artisan (as opposed to industrial) production, the use of indigenous grape varieties, yeasts and minimal intervention in the cantina have made her a leading voice for devotees of natural, artisanal wine. She featured in Jonathon Nossiter’s 2015 documentary ‘Natural Resistance’.

    La Stoppa Ageno Bianco Emilia-Romagna

    €39.95
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