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A selection of delightful wines from Italy's famous regions, including Tuscany, Piedmont and the Veneto.
A new estate to us, and a very drinkable Barbaresco. Garnet in colour, with the classic shimmering orange Nebbiolo tint. >>
A genuine jewel in the crown of the Boglietti holdings is the famous 'Roscaletto' vineyard in La Morra. Inherited by Enzo >>
Perricone is a Sicilian speciality, yielding wines of notable colour, dark, autumn-berry fruit and some structure. Rujari >>
A brighter, fresher style of Nero d'Avola here, not a trace of rusticity - lots of juicy cherry and blackberry fruit. Opens >>
This is a Rosso with a definite flavour of the estate's Brunello. More serious, polished and structured than most. Plenty >>
A standout wine in our tasting, and a very sophisticated Brunello. Plush and stylish with all the components in harmony >>
Rizzardi are masters of Amarone, and the '3 Crus' a blend of grapes from 3 top vineyards, is rightly regarded as one of >>
From the younger vines of the celebrated Ornellaia estate, Serre Nuove is made with the same care and attention as it's >>
This is merlot a class apart. Think Pomerol from a warm vintage, or a very top Napa Valley merlot - from a 100-year old >>
This is essentially declassified Brunello - a very classy Rosso, which punches well above its weight. Lots of flavour here >>
One of our favourite drinking reds from our recent Italian offer. Hailing from the Maremma region of western Tuscany, the >>
'P56' is a specific plot of Buon Tempo's oldest vineyard. Vines of over 25 years of age give a Brunello with an extra level >>
La Gerla's Brunello has lots of ageing potential, but is so easy to drink now. The youthful weight and structure are masked >>