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. Marzemino delle Venezie Villa Mura, Sartori

    Reminiscent of violets and strawberry, it is smooth and mellow on the palate. Learn More

    £7.95
  2. Planeta, Santa Cecilia

    Enticingly aromatic and beautifully structured, the ultimate expression of Sicilian Nero D'Avola. Learn More

    £25.00
  3. Papale Oro Primitivo di Manduria, Varvaglione

    The Papale Primitivo has flavours of rich dark chocolate, ripe cherries and spice. It's deep, dark and tempting, this wine is seriously seductive. Learn More

    £21.50
  4. Cannonau di Sardegna, Picco del Sole

    Deep ruby colour and a palate brimming with ripe fruit. Learn More

    £9.50
  5. Fontanafredda, Briccotondo Barbera DOC

    Aromatic and spicy with delicious morello cherry flavours. Learn More

    £11.95
  6. Salice Salentino Riserva, Francesco Candido

    Giacomo and Sandro Candido's range is perhaps the most diverse and innovative to be found in Puglia. Learn More

    £10.95
  7. Merlot, Mandrarossa

    A soft but structured wine, with lively raspberry and stone fruit flavours. Learn More

    £10.25
  8. Rosso Veronese, Sartori

    A full-bodied, round and velvety red. Learn More

    £10.25
  9. Francesco Candido, Primitivo del Salento

    Packed with jammy, baked red and black fruit flavours, soft, well integrated structure and a rounded, dry finish. Learn More

    £10.95
  10. Planeta, La Segreta Nero d'Avola

    Aromas of ripe plum, cocoa, wild strawberries and an appealing spiciness. Full and rich with smooth tannins that linger on the palate. 

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    £11.50
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