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Italian Wine

The world's largest producer of wine, Italy has perhaps the world's oldest wine-producing regions. Barolo, Brunello, and Barbareso (collectively known as 'the Killer B's') are perhaps some of the most sought after wines in the world. Many whisky producers have toyed with using casks from the Super-Tuscan producer Tenuta San Guido, famous for their (bloomin' amazing) Sassicaia bordeaux blend with varying degrees of success.

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This is the 2011 vintage of Ca Dei Frati Ronchedone, an intense Italian red wine made 45% Marzemino, 45% Sangiovese and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes used for this wine were grown on the south...  More info
$46.87
Based on Cabernet Sauvignon, this is a delicious dessert wine from Cantine del Cardinale. Cherries are added to barrels of grape must prior to fermentation, and the result is then left to age in wine...  More info
$27.24
A good-value sparkling Pinot Grigio from Italian producer Vetriano. Good Summer Fruit bouquet, with good acid-balance on the palate.  More info
$19.40
Graziano Pra, despite being renowned in the wine world for the past thirty years, only produced his first red wine with grapes from the 2006 vintage. It's no surprise that the reds have also been very...  More info
$77.89
A red Barolo wine from the Piedmont region of Italy. Hints of plums and cherries, mixed with a subtle earthiness and even some anise. Tasty stuff.  More info
$52.03
This Reserva is from the relatively obscure wine region of Molise, just north of Puglia on the southern Adriatic coast. It is made in San Bonifacio from a blend of 70% Montepulciano, 15% Agliainico...  More info
$17.59
An elegant Chianti from Guicciardini Strozzi, this 2004 vintage is perfect when paired with a good spicy beef stew.  More info
$14.58
A DOCG Chianti from Strozzi. Good backbone and complexity are countered by a decent splash of fruit.  More info
$12.95
Cantine Volpi Barolo
(75cl, 13.50%)
A premium Barolo from Italian producer Volpi. From the 2004 Vintage widely regarded as 'excellent'. Barolo is known as Il Re dei Vini ed il Vino dei Re, translated as 'The King of Wines and the Wine...  More info
$37.34
A superb Italian wine from Piemonte (the top front of the boot). Perhaps one of the best value Italian wines on the market, this red offers superb finesse for the price.  More info
Prosecco Marzemino Rosato
(75cl, 11.50%)
The Rose version of Marzemino's cracking prosecco. Pronounced summer fruits, red berries, and a palate dominated by Strawberry.  More info
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Clivus Valpolicella
(75cl, 11.50%)
Fruity and of good body, this quaffable Valpolicella hails from just North of Verona. It is perfect for light foods, particularly Italian meals such as pasta or pizza.  More info
$7.01
Produced in the Veneto region, this is a 2008 vintage Amarone. It's an intense, full-flavoured red and it represents great value for money too.  More info
$38.24
This is lightly sparkling red wine from Piedmont with a floral aroma.  More info
$21.03
This is the second wine of the legendary Super-Tuscan wine producer Ornellaia that gained 92 points from Robert Parker.  More info
$65.15
Still a fairly young Barolo, made with the Nebbiolo grape of course. This is a great value Barolo for pairing with a rich, meaty pasta sauce. This wine can be laid down for quite some time if desired.  More info
$50.29
Ca Dei Frati have worked hard to ensure their wines are prestigious by improving the quality as best they can, the yields on their vineyards are much lower than their neighbours and they train their...  More info
$45.13
This is an Italian red from the Friuli region made in a Bordeaux blend style with ripe red fruit and spice flavours.  More info
$34.20
The legendary Piedmont winemaker, Gaja, has conquered Tuscany with this exciting Super-Tuscan red wine made to a Bordeaux blend of grapes.  More info
$67.53
This is am red wine made from the Aglianco grape in Campania, Italy. This is a oaky style of wine with a Christmas-sy flavour profile. Wines from the Taurasi region are often decribed as 'Barolos of...  More info
$53.73
The Tuscan winery of Isole E Olena was formed in the 1950s in a merger between the estates of Isole and Olena, this is their Chianti Classico.  More info
$41.69
The Recchia Amarone from Valpolicella is made from the Corvina grape which are unusually dried for three months to concentrate the sugars and flavours. The result is a full bodied wine with rich...  More info
$38.24
This Italian wine is made from the Aglianico grape variety that prospers in the volcanic soils of Campania. This is the inspiration behind the winery's name, Vesevo, which relates to the volcano of...  More info
$22.73
This wine has been made by Marco Flacco who achieves an astonishing freshness and fruitiness in his wines.  More info
$18.46
Made in Molise in Southern Italy, this is a rustic red from Camillo de Lellis, based on the Montepulciano grape. Try this with pasta dishes.  More info
$13.02
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