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Antiche Terre Valpolicella Venete£103.50 inc. Vat
This wine is full of lovely dark fruit aromas, black cherry, dark plum and raspberry. With a hint of pepper, it’s well balanced acidity and softer tannins make it perfect for pasta dishes, especially with tomato based sauces, roasted meats, and vegetable dishes.
12.5% ABV, Serve at 16-18C
6 x 750ml bottles
Barolo Veglio Angelo£167.50 inc. Vat
This wine is full of lovely dark fruit aromas, black cherry, dark plum and raspberry. With a hint of spice, it’s well balanced acidity and tannins from the oak ageing make it perfect for pasta dishes, especially with meat based sauces, roasted meats, and vegetable dishes.
14.5% ABV, Serve at 16-18C
6 x 750ml bottles
Bella Giuliana Merlot£59.65 inc. Vat
This traditional Italian red is full of fresh dark red fruit flavours. The soft tannins give rise to lovely jammy fruits with a hint of plum, cocoa and warm spice. The wine is ripe and flavoursome with great acidity and persistent length.
Campania October 2020£59.00 – £90.00 inc. Vat and delivery*
Butcher of Buenos Aires Malbec£69.30 inc. Vat
Bursting with sumptuous red berries, raspberry and chocolate. Super soft texture, silky smooth tannins and a long lingering finish.
Aglianico Beneventano I.G.T£13.09 – £78.54
From the volcanic hills around Benevento, emerges a most intense and vibrant red wine. Considered one of the 3 greatest Italian grape varieties, Aglianico is regarded as the Barolo of the south. It is a refined and complex wine with aromas of red currants, black cherry and blackberry, with a hint of black pepper. High acidity with a medium to full body but with very gentle tannins.
Recommended combination with food: braised or grilled beef, savory strong cheeses, grilled lamb, roasted game birds, Italian sausage pizza.
Serve at 18°C
GRAPE VARIETY – Aglianico
PRODUCTION AREA – Benevento Italy
ALCOHOL – 12.5%
Brachetto D’Acqui D.O.C.G. Spumante£17.36 – £104.16
This delicately sweet and aromatic sparkling dessert wine is produced from Brachetto grapes grown in the hills around Acqui Terme to the northwest of Genoa. As a result of the ideal exposure and altitude these grapes are exposed to, the microclimate in this area helps product a wine that favours the development of aromas of typical intense bouquet but with delicate notes of musk, rose and violet. The resulting sparkling wine is sweet, well-balanced with moderate alcohol.
Recommended combination with food: desserts, pie crust with strawberries and fruit, cream with fruits
Serve at 10-12°C
GRAPE VARIETY – Brachetto
PRODUCTION AREA – Acqui Terme, Italy
ALCOHOL – 7%
Diade Negroamaro I.G.P.£11.45 – £68.70
The “Diade” line by Le Vigne Di Sammarco is the essence in purity of grape varieties synonymous with Puglia. After destemming and crushing, maceration for 7 days. This wine rests on the lees for 14 days after crushing and de-stemming, aged further for 6 months in Allier barriques.
On the nose: Complex range of fragrances from floral geranium to balsamic eucalyptus and ending in a typical spicy clove
On the palate: It has a surprising softness, balanced by a tannin finale and never-ending floral and spicy notes.
Recommended combination with food: Stewed rabbit, pan-fried duck breast. Traditionally: lentils and sausage, zucchini parmigiana, liver-stuffed torcinelli (lamb sausages)
Serve at 18°C
GRAPE VARIETY – Negroamaro
PRODUCTION AREA – Puglia
ALCOHOL – 14.5%