Italy

From the Dolomites to the bays of Sicily, Italy's topographic makeup lends itself perfectly to wine production.As a result of her physique Italy boasts a myriad of different soils and climates.Adding to the equation a plethora of indigenous grape varieties, each harvest yields an abundance of diverse and fascinating wine styles. Italy is further blessed with many dedicated and passionate winemakers and vine growers.Their innovative approach has not only heralded a new age of creativity but has also allowed Italy to blossom into one of the most celebrated and colourful wine producing countries of our day.

We have followed Italy's journey with great enthusiasm. Gathering gems from each classic area we have strived to mirror her development with that of our own Italian collection. Our recent discoveries include a creamy mineral Soave from the volcanic soils of the Veronese hills and a succulent Gavi from the ancient clays of Piemonte. Wines from these areas now share the throne with old favourites from the length and breadth of the country, reflecting the best of its huge diversity. Fill your boots.

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  1. Poliziano, Rosso di Montepulciano

    This is really cracking; great finesse and precision underlayed with power and weight. Intense black fruits of damson and black cherry are wrapped by super-fine tannins, plenty of refreshing acidity and with just the right amount of oak. Learn More

    £14.95
  2. Chianti Classico, Brancaia

    Wonderfully refined Chianti Classico Learn More

    £22.50
  3. Fattoria dei Barbi, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva

    From one of Montalcino's most historic properties. A stunning wine with enormous appeal. Learn More

    £89.50
  4. Toscana Rosso Aliotto DOC Organic, Tenuta Podernovo

    This is a splendid blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet and Merlot grown in the vineyards of Tenuta Podernovo Learn More

    £14.95
  5. Fattoria dei Barbi, Brusco dei Barbi

    From the famous Fattoria dei Barbi, this was the very first 'Super-Tuscan' Learn More

    £15.50
  6. Chianti Classico, Da Vinci

    Cherries and floral notes on this wonderful Chianti Classico Learn More

    £14.95
  7. Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, Campomaggio

    Cedar, sandalwood and a sweet dustiness on the nose. Learn More

    £18.95
  8. Arpeggio Rosato, Settesoli

    Refreshing, crisp red berry flavours Learn More

    £8.75
  9. Filicheto Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG, Castellani

    Intense notes of ripe plum followed by delicate scents of fresh meadow flowers. Learn More

    £16.95
  10. Morellino di Scansano, Fattoria dei Barbi

    Powerful with a rich, enveloping structure. Very fine. Learn More

    £17.95
  11. Chianti Classico DOCG, Castellani

    Fruity fragrance, hints of violet, cherry and wild red berries. Learn More

    £13.50
  12. Brunello di Montalcino, Il Poggione

    "...there is no better Brunello di Montalcino than Il Poggione." - Ian D'Agata, Vinous.com

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    £39.50
  13. Chianti DOCG, Castellani

    Intense and characteristic fruity aromas with a violets and a hint of cherries. Learn More

    £9.95
  14. Poliziano, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG, Vigna Asinone

    Complex and refined with great integration between fruit, oak and tannin. Learn More

    £49.50
  15. Chianti Classico Riserva, Brancaia

    The top offering from Brancaia's Chianti Classico vineyards Learn More

    £33.00
  16. Cecchi, Coevo

    Amazing vibrancy and an expression of outstanding elegance. Learn More

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    £56.00
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    £56.00
    £34.00
  17. Tre, Brancaia

    A delicious Sangiovese-based Tuscan classic! Learn More

    £19.95
  18. Fattoria dei Barbi, Brunello di Montalcino

    Deep, rich and savoury, this is beautifully-balanced with fruit over herby-spicy complexity and velvety texture. Learn More

    £42.50
  19. Teuto Toscana Rosso IGT, Tenuta Podernovo

    This is one of the finest expressions in Tuscany of a wine made almost exclusively from Sangiovese. Learn More

    £22.50
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