Italian Wine

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Can we sum up the majesty, delight and versatility of Italian wine, a cultural phenomenon dating back at least two thousand years, in two paragraphs? Or would it be best to simply scroll down and let the vino do the talking?

Everyone who has raised a glass to the lips will recognise the names Chianti, Pinot grigio. Barolo, Sangiovese, Amarone, Moscato … the list of Italian delights is endless – but Italy is also masterful at growing and producing its own Chardonnays and Syrah, too. We hope you’ll exercise your spirit of adventure and immerse yourself into some of the unbelievable reds, whites and rosés we’ve found on our Italian wine travels. Can you think of a better accompaniment to your speciality pizza or pasta dish? Well, you can try.

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  • Garganega Antiche Terre 2017, Veneto

    Top 10 Best-Selling White Wine
    Wow! What a beautiful fragrant wine, a hint of Muscat without the associated over sweetness of that grape, and a sharp freshness that could only be Italian Richard
    I felt compelled to check where I bought it from and then to tell anyone who cares to read this that it's very, very quaffable Alan Read More.

    £8.99
  • Torre del Falasco Corvina 2017, Veneto

    Top 30 Best-Selling Red Wine
    Corvina's a chameleon Italian grape variety. Responsible for Amarone, Recioto plus a host of deliciously refreshing cherry-fruited red wines. This is one. Extremely gluggable, oodles of mouthwatering flavours, it's a brilliant Italian all-rounder. Pizza to pasta, watching the Sopranos... it's the perfect wine Read More.

    £6.99
  • When in Rome Rosato Venezia boxed wine (2.25ltr)

    Same quantity as 3 bottles

    A wonderfully light, fresh rosé (Rosato in Italian) with a floral finish. Our quest for the perfect boxed wine has turned up this characterful Italian rose and we can assure you it's a big step up in quality from the majority of boxed wines out there. Excellent value for money and has great eco-friendly credentials to boot. Read More.

    £23.99
  • Poggio San Polo Rosso di Montalcino 2015, Tuscany

    Some think Rosso is bargain Brunello. Your glass will be bursting with lingering floral notes and red cherry. And, what's more, it's made under the watchful eye of consultant winemaker Nicola Biasi and his team. Nicola was brought in especially to build on Poggio San Polo's established quality and reputation. Read More.

    £18.95
  • Fossacolle Brunello di Montalcino 2013, Tuscany

    Fossacolle has produced an excellent set of new releases. At the top of the list is the 2013 Brunello di Montalcino, which exhibits a spectacular level of inner balance and positive energy. There is a level of aromatic happiness or brightness here that denotes carefully ripened Sangiovese grapes. In other words, you can taste that the fruit has not been stressed by adverse weather conditions. The 2013 vintage is indeed harmonious across the board, and this wine demonstrates that fact. Monica Larner, Wine Advocate Read More.

    £39.50

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