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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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A good-value sparkling Pinot Grigio from Italian producer Vetriano. Good Summer Fruit bouquet, with good acid-balance on the palate.  More info
£11.91
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
£16.93
A very well balanced Italian Rosé from Ca Dei Frati, made with a blend of grapes. But which grapes? Count with me! It's made with 60% Groppello, 15% Marzemino, 15% Sangiovese and finally 10% Barbera...  More info
£19.78
Made on the island of Sicily, this 2011 vintage of Mandrarossa Santannella is a golden wine with scintillating aromas of banana and a little vanilla. On the palate it has lively hints of pineapple...  More info
£19.78
Pieropan have released this single vineyard Soave. The vineyard of Calvarino has volcanic soils and the principal grape type grown is Garganega which is most commonly used in Soave.  More info
£21.36
Using both Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties, the Livio Fulluga winery in Friuli, Italy, produce the Vertigo. It is matured in steel vats and small French oak barrels for 12 months before it's...  More info
£23.95
Planeta Chardonnay 2011
(75cl, 13.50%)
A Sicilian Chardonnay from innovative winemakers, Planta. The 2011 vintage is rich, well balanced and ready to drink right now. Like, right right now now!  More info
£27.72
This wine was made from grapes grown on the La Rocca vineyard on the Monte Rocchetta Hill. This Soave is entirely made from the Garganega grape type.  More info
£28.77
A 2008 vintage Vesevo Taurasi DOCG from southern Italy, specifically the Campania region. The fruits are macerated for 20 to 25 days. A very tasty red wine.  More info
£34.76
The grapes used to make this wine are harvested from the stony vineyards of Isonzo with a cool windy climate which causes distinct differences between temperatures in the day and at night. The result...  More info
£35.11
Gaja Barbaresco 2007
(75cl, 14.50%)
Gaja's 2007 Barbaresco is already incredibly open and quaffable. It's a modern style and is tremendously approachable... James Suckling gave it 93 points!  More info
£120.00
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
£4.30
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
A DOCG Chianti from Strozzi. Good backbone and complexity are countered by a decent splash of fruit.  More info
£7.95
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
£7.99
Produced in the Abruzzo region of Italy by Marco Flacco and his team, the 2013 vintage Gran Sasso Montepulciano d'Abruzzo had a challenging production season. Not optimum rain conditions in the spring...  More info
£8.35
An elegant Chianti from Guicciardini Strozzi, this 2004 vintage is perfect when paired with a good spicy beef stew.  More info
£8.95
This Piedmont Moscatel is a sweet wine with a moreishly drinkable quality.  More info
£10.78
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
£10.80
This wine has been made by Marco Flacco who achieves an astonishing freshness and fruitiness in his wines.  More info
£11.33
A wonderful Montepulciano d'Abruzzo from the Gran Sasso estate, full of rich berry character with soft tannins.  More info
£11.86
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
Was: £13.63
Now: £11.95
From Piedmont, Italy, this Contero Brachetto D'acqui Di Strevi is a rather tasty sparkling wine bottled at 5.5% abv.  More info
£12.91
This is lightly sparkling red wine from Piedmont with a floral aroma.  More info
£12.91
Ulisse Pecorino 2010
(75cl, 13%)
This white Italian wine hails from Abruzzo and is best paired with the Pecorino cheese. The story goes that the sheep whose milk is used to make the Pecorino cheese used to feed on the grape vines and...  More info
£13.95
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