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  • Trediberri, Barolo
    Piedmont, Italy
    Nebbiolo
    A very elegant wine. On the nose, menthol aromas lie alongside earthy tones and black cherry. Medium in body with lots of red fruit and berries on the palate. Mice minerality.

    Trediberri, Barolo

    €45.95
  • G.D. Vajra, Barolo Bricco delle Viole
    Piemonte, Italy
    Nebbiolo
    Brilliant ruby red this single vineyard Barolo shows elegant notes of cherry, dark berries and dried flowers. Hugely complex with silky tannins and a delicately spiced finish.

    G.D. Vajra, Barolo Bricco delle Viole

    €93.95
  • Franz Haas Pinot Grigio
    Alto Adige, Italy
    Pinot Grigio
    A fragrant intense and weighty Pinot Grigio from Alto Adige. Full of fleshy white fruits with crisp acidity and a citrus infused finish.

    Franz Haas Pinot Grigio

    €22.95
  • Poggio Badiola IGP, Mazzei
    Tuscany, Italy
    65% Sangiovese, 30% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot
    It comes from vineyards located at a great altitude in the heart of the Chianti Classico region, around aRomanesque church dating back to the 10th century. It uniquely combines the freshness and elegance of Sangiovese with the soft structure of Merlot, to which a refined touch is given by Petit Verdot.

    Poggio Badiola IGP, Mazzei

    €21.95
  • 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
  • Dorigo, Cabernet Franc
    Fruili, Italy
    100% Cabernet Franc
    Cabernet Franc has been grown in Friuli for centuries. It should be said, however, that most of the older vine stock comprises Carmenère, Cabernet Franc's near twin. The reason for the variety's success in Friuli is simple. The region's climate and soil types have proved to be an ideal growing environment. Late harvest has taken the edge off Cabernet Franc's characteristic green notes. The wine completed malolactic fermentation, before maturing for eight months in oak, to mellow out the tannins. The final product is a warm, soft, spicily aromatic wine that can be aged in the cellar for many years.

    Dorigo, Cabernet Franc

    €23.95
  • Ovello Riserva 2014 - Barbaresco
    Piedmont, Italy
    Nebbiolo
    "Always one of my favorite wines from Produttori del Barbaresco, the 2014 Barbaresco Riserva Ovello lays out a broad and soft mouthfeel, with tannins that have already been polished and integrated thanks to ample time in the bottle already. It's safe to say that this Ovello cru loyally demonstrates the level of richness and textural softness that this site is known for. The bouquet is redolent of bright berry fruit with cherry, blackberry and plum. Also, the 2014 vintage was a warm one at the end of the growing season, and you taste a little bit of that ripeness here too". Wine Advocate-Parker

    2015 Produttori del Barbaresco, Ovello Riserva

    €64.95
  • Fossacolle - Brunello di Montalcino 2015
    Tuscany, Italy
    Sangiovese
    On the palate the full body is gratifying and persistent, outstanding minerality. Remarkable tannins, soft and creamy in texture, confer concentration and great aging potential to this wine.

    2015 Fossacolle Brunello di Montalcino,Tuscany

    €58.95
  • Bruno Rocca - Barbaresco
    Piemonte, Italy
    Nebbiolo
    2016 Vintage Considered by Many to be Vintage of the Decade! Bruno Rocca makes this Barbaresco from their younger vines grown in the villages of Neive, Treiso and Barbaresco. The soil, rich in limestone and micronutrients, is sandy and tufaceous and produces full-bodied wines with firm tannins. Color: intense garnet red. Nose: dense with fruit(blackberries, wild black cherries and plums), overtones of slightly withered rose and violet petals and spices. Flavor: warm, elegant and wrapping, long-lasting flavor with overtones confirming aromas perceived on the nose with one note of cocoa. Sustainable, vegan wine. Drink now-2038.

    2016 Bruno Rocca Rabaja Barbaresco

    €66.95
  • Ca' di Alte Sauvignon Blanc
    Veneto, Italy
    100% Sauvignon Blanc
    100% Sauvignon Blanc The Colli Berici hillside ensures lower yields and better grape ripeness, creating a Sauvignon Blanc that is intensely fragrant with ripe varietal characteristics of mango and pineapple.

    Ca' di Alte Sauvignon Blanc

    €15.95
  • Alpha Zeta P Pinot Grigio
    Veneto, Italy
    100% Pinot Grigio
    100% Pinot Grigio. This wine has aromas of ripe peach and pear with hints of flint. On the palate, it is rich and well-balanced. It is refreshing and crisp on the finish, with attractive Pinot Grigio characters. Feature(s): Vegan, Vegetarian

    Alpha Zeta P Pinot Grigio

    €15.95
  • Trediberri Langhe Nebbiolo
    Piedmont, Italy
    Nebbiolo
    Vinification of grapes mostly coming from La Morra and Levice and a small part from Vicoforte and Monticello d’Alba (Roero) too. Alcoholic fermentation happens mostly in concrete and lasts around 10-12 days. Then malolactic takes place in concrete and/or stainless steel and cold stabilization happens outdoor or in conditioned steel tanks. After stabilization, the wine ages for some months in concrete, steel and plastic, before being bottled, usually in April-May of the year after the harvest This unoaked, fruity and drinkable nebbiolo is meant to be an easy (yet not trivial) wine to share with friends during a nice chat. Drink it slightly cold.

    Trediberri Langhe Nebbiolo

    €23.95
  • Carpineto Rosso di Montepulciano
    Tuscany, Italy
    70% Sangiovese, 30% Canaiolo
    70% Sangiovese, 30% Canaiolo This wine has a bright ruby red colour and an intense bouquet with hints of strawberries and cherries. Fruity flavour, young, fresh and slightly tannic. Enjoy with cold cuts, white meats and fresh cheeses.

    Carpineto Rosso di Montepulciano

    €17.95
  • Produttori del Barbaresco Italian Red
    Piedmont, Italy
    100% Nebbiolo
    This is Produttori del Barbaresco’s flagship wine, a Nebbiolo produced with fruit selected from their 54 growers, who collectively farm some 250 acres of vines, and it is a stunner. Enticing aromas of violet, woodland berry, loose vineyard soil, wild mint and a hint of spearmint shape the intensely fragrant nose. The tense, young palate is still nervous but already boasts finesse, showing wild raspberry, crunchy red cherry, white pepper and star anise. Firm, refined tannins and racy acidity give it a linear, almost austere elegance, while bright acidity keeps it focused and balanced. Drink 2026–2036. The 2017 Barbaresco shows just how appealing this vintage can be. In 2017, the warm, dry growing season gave the Barbaresco an extra kick of richness that fills out its frame and adds so much immediacy. Sweet red berry fruit, cinnamon, rose petal and mint are open in the glass, but it is the wine’s seductive radiance that wins the day. Pora, Ovello, Montestefano, Muncagota and Rio Sordo are the main vineyards used for the straight Barbaresco. The 2017 is such an inviting and expressive wine. Don’t miss it! 2020-2032 Score: 94 Antonio Galloni, vinous.com, October 2020 Mid-pale ruby colour in the glass. The nose is fragrant and intense with strawberries, redcurrants and a little fresh tobacco. The palate is pithy and really fine - the tannins are remarkably soft for such a young Nebbiolo, allowing the fruit to shine through a velveteen texture. They are still plentiful and add bite on the back end, bringing the savoury dried flowers and a hint of leather. There is such lift and vibrancy despite the rounder fruit - really harmonious and elegant. Bursting with character through to a long finish, this is a superb wine from Produttori del Barbaresco. The added roundness means you can drink this wine now, but there is no doubting its potential over the next ten years. A real bargain for such fine quality. Score: 17+ Farr Vintners, Farr Tasting, November 2020 Barbaresco. Tasted blind. Just mid ruby with orange tinges. Lifted sour-cherry and raspberry nose. Elegant raspberry fruit palate which has a medium-weight feel to it and coating tannins. Long and still youthful. Promising. Drink between 2020-2030 Score: 17+ Walter Speller, JancisRobinson.com, July 2020

    Produttori del Barbaresco Italian Red

    €49.95
  • 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
  • Pasetti, Fonte Romana Montepulciano dAbruzzo
    Abruzzo, Italy
    Montepulciano
    Ruby red wine with aromas of ripe red fruits, dried flowers and spices like pepper, cinnamon and nutmeg. On the palate it’s soft with delicate tannin, a good structure and long finish with notes of blueberries, red cherries, cinnamon, pepper and nutmeg.

    Pasetti, Fonte Romana Montepulciano dAbruzzo

    €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

    €22.95
  • Valdo Rosé Floral Edition
    Veneto, Italy
    Nerello Mascalese
    Valdo Floral Jungle Edition is a tribute to joy and colours. It is a call to a simple lifestyle, to green responsibility, to sharing and to energy and positive vibes. Designed by Illustrator and Fashion Designer, Fabrizio Sciavi, the 2018 edition of Valdo Flora 2018 reflects the flora of the summer months. (Sciavi has collaborated with Ferrari, Giorgio Armani, Andy Warhol and photographer, Oliviero Toscani among others). The ultimate aperitif, Valdo Floral is a sparkling rosé made with southern Italian grape Nerello Mascalese. On the nose it has a fine, elegant and complex structure with aromas of blossom and ripe raspberries. The palate has a pleasant tickle of delicate bubbles. Valdo Flora is a delightful drink to be enjoyed by friends during the summer months. Its distinctive and colourful bottle design matched by the quality of the wine adds elegance and fun to weddings, race-meetings and family gatherings alike.

    Valdo Rosé Floral Edition

    €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 1/2
    Veneto, Italy
    Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara
    The Allegrini family estate covers 100 hectares of vineyard in the heart of the Valpolicella Classico area. The south-east-facing vineyards are located in the hills of the Valpolicella Classico region at 150-250 metres above sea level. The soil there is very varied but mostly chalky, of volcanic origin. The older vineyards are trained using the pergola Trentina system, planted with about 3,000 vines per hectare, whereas the newer ones use the single Guyot system with 5,000 plants per hectare. The vines are 32 years old on average. Ruby red in colour, with purplish-blue 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 varietals of this appellation.

    Allegrini Valpolicella Classico, Veneto 1/2

    €13.95
  • 2011 Biondi Santi, Greppo, Brunello di Montalcino
    Tuscany, Italy
    100%Sangiovese
    Established in the mid-1800s, Biondi-Santi is one of Italy’s greatest historic estates. While some might argue that Barolo is the king of Italian wines, when looking at the extraordinary balance, elegance, and longevity of Biondi-Santi’s wines, there is a compelling argument that it is Brunello that deserves the crown. Biondi-Santi’s wines are aged in large, old Slavonian oak casks, which act as neutral vessels rather than transformative structures. The results can be staunch, tannic beasts in youth, but with patience, they can evolve into some of the most compelling wines you’ll ever taste. Underbrush, ripe berry, new leather, and Mediterranean herb aromas slowly take shape in the glass. Showing youthful tension, the vibrant palate delivers red cherry, pomegranate, white pepper, and pipe tobacco notes framed by bright acidity and taut, refined tannins. Drink from 2021 to 2031.

    2011 Biondi Santi, Greppo, Brunello di Montalcino

    €179.95
  • 2013 Biondi Santi, Greppo, Brunello di Montalcino
    Tuscany, Italy
    100%Sangiovese
    Established in the mid-1800s, Biondi-Santi is one of Italy’s greatest historic estates. While some might argue that Barolo is the king of Italian wines, when looking at the extraordinary balance, elegance, and longevity of Biondi-Santi’s wines, there is a compelling argument that it is Brunello that deserves the crown. Fragrant and loaded with finesse, this stunning red still shows the estate's hallmark of elegance and structure, opening with enticing scents of rose, iris, wild red berry, and a whiff of new leather. The vibrant palate is dazzling and almost ethereal, delivering flavors of succulent red cherry, pomegranate, star anise and a hint of forest floor. Taut, polished tannins and bright acidity provide impeccable balance. Drink 2021–2033.

    2013 Biondi Santi, Greppo, Brunello di Montalcino

    €179.95
  • Astoria Caranto Pinot Noir delle Venezie
    Veneto, Italy
    100%Pinot Noir
    Grown on the flat and hilly (at 150-200 m. above sea level) areas of the North-Eastern regions of Italy. Vineyards: 4,000/5,500 grapevines per hectare (average age: 10 - 15 years). The grapes are harvested by hand in September and are de-stemmed and crushed. The crushed grapes undergo fermentation /maceration, which lasts 5/6 days at a temperature of 24/25° C; then the wine is drawn from the marc and undergoes alcoholic and malolactic fermentation. Then it is cleared and stabilized and is allowed to age a couple of months after bottling. Astoria "Caranto" Pinot Noir is ruby red in color with pleasant aromas of strawberry and raspberry. This wine presents intense fruit flavor with a soft round lingering finish.

    Astoria Caranto Pinot Noir delle Venezie

    €17.95
  • Cordero di Montezemolo Monfalletto, Barolo DOCG
    Piedmont, Italy
    100% Nebbiolo
    The historic wine of the winery comes from the carefully selected blend of the Monfalletto Estate vineyards in the town of La Morra. The age of the vines are between 15 to 50 years, all with South/East and South/West exposures giving the perfect grapes and harmonious ripeness. The clayey and calcareous soils add elegance and complexity. Magnesium oxide and manganese in the soil facilitate the maturation of soft and dense tannins. Altitude between 250 and 300 meters above sea level. Each vineyard with uniform characteristics (exposure, age, soil composition, plant gender, clones, etc.) is harvested and vinified separately. 4 – 5 day maceration and another 10-12 to complete fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Drawn off into different sizes and types of wood barrels where malolactic fermentation takes place. All the various lots undergo a period of aging in different types of French and Slovenian wood for a period between 18 to 24 months. The final assemblage of the chosen lots, bottled and released on the market after one year. Intense garnet in color, the nose shows floral and spicy notes perfectly blended: tobacco, cherries, cocoa, and fresh raspberry highlights. The palate is rich, full-bodied, and elegant.

    Cordero di Montezemolo Monfalletto, Barolo DOCG

    €74.95
  • 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
  • 2016 Felsina Berardenga Fontalloro Toscana Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    “A very special wine in the making.” - Antonio Galloni There are pygmies in the Congo basin, who will roll their eyes, yawn, and turn in for the night if you tell them about the 2016 vintage in Tuscany. It’s the worst-kept secret in wine, but it’s worth repeating one more time because the elements rarely align so perfectly. Felsina have fashioned a tremendous, age-worthy Sangiovese with the release of their Fontalloro 2016, a wine packed with hedonistic fruit and a structure to last for 20-30 years. Fontalloro is the most representative expression of Fèlsina’s Sangiovese. Fontalloro grapes come from vineyards straddling the border between Chianti Classico and the Chianti Colli Senesi denomination. Aromas of dark-skinned fruit, exotic spice, blue flower, and menthol shape the nose. It's linear, focused, ethereally elegant, offering succulent Morello cherry, raspberry compote, and star anise alongside fine-grained tannins. Fresh acidity lends balance. Drink now(2020) -2036.

    2016 Felsina Berardenga Fontalloro Toscana Tuscany

    €74.95
  • 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
  • 2017 Isole e Olena Cepparello Toscana IGT, Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    The flagship Cepparello is 100% Sangiovese aged in French oak barrels. This nearly complete vertical charts the history of one of Tuscany's most compelling wines. The first Cepparellos were vinified in cement. The cellar was heated to induce malolactic fermentation and the wines were subsequently aged roughly equal parts Slavonian oak casks and smaller French oak barriques, with a dollop of chestnut barrels thrown into the mix. It was a time of enormous sacrifice, given that green harvesting was viewed as throwing money out the window, and every purchase of new French oak barrels was accompanied by a stern reprimand from De Marchi's father to pay attention to costs. But De Marchi persevered. The fruits of his hard labor and pricing are amply captured in these magnificent wines. Always one of the benchmarks for Sangiovese, 2017 doesn't disappoint. It boasts alluring scents of blue flower, perfumed berry, exotic spice and a whiff of French oak that flow over to the vibrant, elegant palate along with wild cherry, raspberry compote and licorice. Bright acidity and taut, fine-grained tannins provide an age-worthy framework. Give it time to develop to its maximum potential. Drink 2021–2033. KERIN O’KEEFE

    2017 Isole e Olena Cepparello Toscana IGT, Tuscany

    €115.00
  • Settesoli Isoletta Catarratto Pinot Grigio, Sicily
    Sicily, Italy
    100% Pinot Grigio
    A Bright straw yellow color, on the nose a delicate note of elder blossoms. On the palate, it is fragrant with a pleasant citrus aroma and a long and persistent finish.

    Settesoli Isoletta Catarratto Pinot Grigio, Sicily

    €9.95
  • Tenuta San Guido Le Difese Toscana IGT, Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    70% Cabernet Sauvignon 30% Sangiovese
    Le Difese is one of the little brothers of Sassicaia and was first produced in 2003. Made with 70% Cabernet and 30% Sangiovese, it is aged for 12 months in French and American oak barrels previously used for Guidalberto and Sassicaia and a further three months in bottle. The aim is to produce a Super Tuscan wine with good structure and extremely supple tannins. Vibrant red and blackberry fruits with violet and herbal notes. Good structure on the palate with round tannin and good length.

    Tenuta San Guido Le Difese Toscana IGT, Tuscany

    €32.95
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