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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
  • 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

    €19.95
  • 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

    €27.95
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

    €23.95
  • 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
  • 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
  • Escarpment The Edge Pinot Gris Martinborough
    New Zealand
    100% Pinot Gris
    Escarpment is a New Zealand based winery situated 5 kilometres east of the Martinborough village, which is famous for its alluvial gravel terraces. Stretched along the banks of the Huangarua River and overlooking the Aorangi Ranges, the winery and vineyard are spread across 24-hectares of land. The winery, operating under Larry McKenna, aims to continually produce definitive New World wines rich in complexity, texture and structure.

    Escarpment The Edge Pinot Gris Martinborough

    €23.95
  • Cullen Sauvignon Blanc - Semillon Margaret River
    South-Eastern Australia, Australia
    Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon
    Established in 1989 by Martin Shaw and Michael Hill Smith MW, Shaw + Smith's aim is to make contemporary, high quality wines that stand among the best of their type in Australia. The wines are made exclusively from fruit grown in the Adelaide Hills, one of Australia's coolest and most exciting regions. Shaw + Smith specialise in grape varieties suited to cooler climates, such as Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, and also make outstanding wines from Shiraz and Pinot Noir.

    Cullen Sauvignon Blanc - Semillon Margaret River

    €33.00
  • Bianco de Ampeleia Costa Toscana Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    90% Trebbiano, 5% Ansonaco (aka Ansonica aka Inzolia), and 5% Malvasia
    Ampeleia (from the Greek word for ‘vine’) is owned by Elisabetta Foradori and Giovani Podini. The winemaker and agronomist, Marco Tait has been with the estate since its inception in 2002. It was founded with Elisabetta’s overarching vision of allowing the true nature of an area, its diversity, its grapes, land and culture to be expressed. The wildness of the southern Maremma, bounded by the Colle Metallifere and the sea were virgin territory, far removed from the glamour of Bolgheri and Montalcino. The estate is large and biodiverse with a total of 40 ha of vineyard interspersed with chestnut and cork oak forests as well as Mediterranean scrub. There are three parts, across differing altitudes, with differing soils and microclimates: Ampeleia di Sopra; di Mezzo and di Sotto.

    Bianco de Ampeleia Costa Toscana Tuscany

    €29.95
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    Italy
    100% Malvasia Puntinata
    The history of the Pallavicini family, which has owned land in the Lazio region for hundreds of years, is entwined with that of popes, cardinals, generals and princes. The Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi, which is situated on the Quirinal Hill in Rome, is a clear testament to this remarkable ancestry. Among their proprieties is the Tenuta di Colonna in the Castelli Romani area southeast of Rome, which has just under 60 hectares under vine, of which around 50 are white varieties planted at an altitude of 200 metres above sea level. Vines are planted on volcanic soils in the higher vineyards and a mix of calcareous clays and sand on the lower lying plots. The winery is built over a Roman cistern and aqueduct. Roman artefacts and remains can be found everywhere on the estate. In this historically rich context, winemaker Marco Cerqua has been employing modern techniques to produce wines that are clean and vibrant, to highlight the characters of the indigenous varieties.

    Principe Pallavicini Malvasia Putinata Roma Lazio

    €23.95
  • 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
  • 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.

    Cantine Rallo, Ciello Bianco Catarratto

    €13.95
  • Saladini Pilastri Pecorino
    Marche, Italy
    Pecorino
    Great structure, intriguing minerality with citrus notes on the nose lead onto a fresh, aromatic palate.

    Saladini Pilastri Pecorino

    €19.95
  • Colle Stefano, Verdicchio
    Marche, Italy
    Verdicchio
    A pale yellow organic white wine with greenish tones and a delicate scent of country herbs and apple; The taste reveals well-defined aromatics and plenty of crisp, zesty fruit. The wine is best enjoyed while it remains fresh and vibrant.

    Colle Stefano, Verdicchio

    €20.95
  • Dogajolo White
    Tuscany, Italy
    Chardonnay grapes blended with Grechetto & Sauvignon Blanc
    Straw yellow colour with green highlights. The bouquet is pleasantly fruity, elegantly aromatic and harmonious. On the palate a medium body wine with agreable acidity and a dry, pleasantly velvety and soft finish.

    Dogajolo White

    €17.95
  • 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
  • Pieropan Soave Classico, Veneto
    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, Veneto

    €22.95
  • Montonale Lugana Montunal 2017
    Italy
    Turbiana
    From the indigenous grape variety Lugana which produces wines with high level of minerality, a good acidity and an intense & complex bouquet. Crisp, mineral with a beautiful texture. Montunal grapes are softly pressed without oxygen and the must starts the fermentation with indigenous yeast. Aged for 6 months in stainless steel with battonage every three days.

    Montonale Lugana Montunal 2017

    €23.95
  • Mandrarossa, Ciaca Bianca Fiano
    Sicily, Italy
    Fiano
    Super value white wine. Fresh, mineral with some stone fruit aromas. Floral, hint of exotic fruits. Excellent wine!

    Mandrarossa, Ciaca Bianca Fiano

    €15.95
  • Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Bianco, Sicily
    Sicily, Italy
    Carricante, Catarratto, Grecanico, Inzolia and Minnella
    Wonderful complex wine with soft ripe pears, grilled nuts, and a clean mineral backbone. Delicious!

    Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Bianco, Sicily

    €29.95
  • Benanti, Etna Bianco
    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

    €29.95
  • Vigneti del Vulture Pipoli Greco - Fiano Basilicata
    Italy
    Greco, Fiano
    A lovely aroma of tropical fruits and earth followed by lime zest and greco fruit on the palate, a nice smooth wine.

    Vigneti del Vulture Pipoli Greco - Fiano Basilicata

    €18.95
  • Mandrarossa, Costadune Grillo
    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, Costadune Grillo

    €15.95
  • Occhipinti SP68 Blanco Sicily
    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 Blanco Sicily

    €35.95
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