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. Morellino di Scansano, Fattoria dei Barbi

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

    £14.95
  2. Rosso di Montalcino, Il Poggione

    It has an intense ruby-red colour. It has a concentrated bouquet, composed of sour black cherry, blackcurrant and soft vanilla. On the palate flavours of coffee and black fruit can be found. A fine length with very elegant and soft tannins. Learn More

    £16.95
  3. Sartori Amarone Corte Bra

    Ruby in colour; ripe fruit aromas, with notes of blackcurrant, raspberry, and dried herbs; full bodied on the palate with rich fruit flavours, bright acidity, and a lingering finish. Learn More

    £32.00
  4. Sartori Regolo Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso

    Ruby red colour with garnet hues; intense and persistent aromas; on the palate, full bodied, dry and velvety, with black-cherry flavour and dried fruit on the lingering finish. Learn More

    £13.95
  5. Caggiano Rosso Irpinia Tauri

    Red fruit aromas carrying through the palate with green pepper and spicy black pepper on the finish. Learn More

    £14.95
  6. Il Poggione, Brunello di Montalcino

    A fabulous example of Italy's most famous red wine, from a top-notch producer. Learn More

    £32.50
  7. Bertani, Secco Vintage Edition

    This superb limited-edition wine is made the same way as the wines that came before Amarone were between the 1860s and 1930s Learn More

    £23.50
  8. Bertani Amarone Valpantena

    This wine comes from the hills of the Valpantena, the only “cru” subzone in the Valpolicella area. Bertani’s traditional devotion to producing Amarone is also found in this wine, a modern and balanced Amarone, but still authentic and rich in body. New fermentation technology and drying methods give balance and elegance to the wine’s exuberant fruity notes, blackberry flavour, hints of mint, sweet cherry and spicy notes that are typical of this valley. Learn More

    £35.00
  9. Fontanafredda Barbaresco Coste Rubin DOCG

    Barbaresco is a wine which demands attention and respect: for its prestigious history, which is the result of hard work, but above all on account of the splendid sensations it offers in the glass. Learn More

    £30.00
  10. Poliziano Vino Nobile de Montepulciano

    A well structured wine with an intense perfume of juicy, ripe fruit and a rich palate, with just the right amount of tannin. Learn More

    £25.00
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