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  • White Truffle Olive Oil `Tartufo Bianco`, Le FrerreOlive oil

    White Truffle Olive Oil `Tartufo Bianco`, Le Frerre

    £695

    A rich and powerfully flavoured oil infused with white truffle. This is ideal drizzled over red meats, rice and pasta dishes or on bruschetta or pizza.

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  • 2018 Nero d’Avola, BoccantinoRed Wine

    2018 Nero d’Avola, Boccantino

    £895

    This IGT Terre Siciliane wine is made from top quality Nero d’Avola grapes grown in the unique climate of the island of Sicily.  Nero d’Avola is an indigenous grape local to the area and something of a Sicilian speciality.

    Intense ruby red colour with purple hints. Aromas of violet, spices and red. Full-bodied but smooth with a velvety and spicy finish on the palate.

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  • 2019`Torre del Falasco` Corvina, Cantina ValpantenaRed Wine

    2019`Torre del Falasco` Corvina, Cantina Valpantena

    £895

    Bright and fresh on the nose, this wine opens with perfumes of juicy red cherries. Youthful with a soft, approachable structure that is given depth by the partial drying process, this is a well-balanced wine with lovely bitter cherry notes on the finish.

    The grapes for the Corvina Veronese are grown on the steeply terraced, hillside vineyards belonging to the co-operative, which are situated 100 – 300 metres above sea level. The vines are Guyot trained on poor chalky soils.

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  • Offer 2021 Zibibbo ‘Vitese’, Colomba BiancaWhite Wine

    2021 Zibibbo ‘Vitese’, Colomba Bianca

    £895 18% saving

    This crisp, fruity Zibibbo shows lifted notes of succulent white peach combined with soft floral aromatics of orange blossom and jasmine. Elegant and perfumed with a long, zesty citrus finish.

    Zibibbo, as it is known locally in Sicily, is the synonym for Muscat of Alexandria. It produces highly aromatic wines and is the local’s pride and joy. Here in these sundrenched vineyards, the highest standards are attained through the use of innovative technology and the careful process of mapping the terroir according to the weather patterns, harvesting time, soils and vine age. The grapes undergo a sensory analysis and are hand-harvested at the optimum maturity levels, according to the terroir and microclimate of the vineyard. They are then harvested into 20-kilogram containers, to prevent the grapes from being prematurely crushed. The vineyards are made up of distinct soil and climate conditions and range from sea-level up to 700 metres above sea level, imparting subtle complexity into the wine.

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  • Offer 2021 ‘Tramari’ Primitivo Rosé, San MarzanoRose Wine

    2021 ‘Tramari’ Primitivo Rosé, San Marzano

    £995 22% saving

    A softly coloured rosé with intense aromas of wild cherries and raspberries, combined with an attractive hint of Mediterranean maquis – the local aromatic shrubland.  Elegantly styled and slightly off-dry, with a refreshing finish.

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  • Offer 2020 Nerello Mascalese ‘Lavi’, Colomba BiancaRed Wine

    2020 Nerello Mascalese ‘Lavi’, Colomba Bianca

    £1036 20% saving

    The wine is made from the native variety Nerello Mascalese, an historical Sicilian variety which is typical of the Etna area and is renowned for producing wines with an intense aromatic bouquet and a vibrant body.

    This 2020 Nerello Mascalese ‘Lavi’ is warm, soft and fascinating.  In the glass aromatic notes of rose petals are complemented by wild strawberry and raspberry. The palate is light bodied, with soft, enveloping tannins through to a long, smooth finish.

    This is great wine for matching with cold cuts and cheese, red meat-based main courses, grilled veal, roast chicken and game.

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  • Offer 2019 Malvasia Nera ‘Talo’, San MarzanoRed Wine

    2019 Malvasia Nera ‘Talo’, San Marzano

    £1046 25% saving

    This is a wonderfully rich wine that has an intense and complex bouquet rose petals, blueberries and wild herbs.  A full-bodied wine with delicious flavours of Morello cherry and vanilla notes through to a smooth finish.  Puglian reds can sometimes reflect the heat of this part of Italy a little too much – this wine is strikingly different, fresh and juicy with almost no tannin.

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  • 2020 Grillo ‘Vitese’, Colomba BiancaWhite Wine

    2020 Grillo ‘Vitese’, Colomba Bianca

    £1050

    As featured in Victoria Moore’s Best Wines for under £10 in the Daily Telegraph: “A very succulent white made in Sicily from the grillo grape, this has a glimmer of crystallised fruits or fruit peel with a refreshing acidity”.

    Grillo is the flagship of Sicily’s indigenous white varieties, with its aromatic and floral nose. Pleasantly fresh and harmonious, with ripe melon, green apple and mineral flavours, a well-structured palate, the Vitese Grillo has a long and elegant finish.

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  • 2020 Nero d’Avola ‘Vitese’, Colomba BiancaRed Wine

    2020 Nero d’Avola ‘Vitese’, Colomba Bianca

    £1050

    A brilliant, deep red Nero d’Avola with rich, juicy flavours of ripe plum and black cherries interlaced with subtle violet notes. Concentrated on the palate, the deep fruit flavours are supported by soft, ripe tannins and a spicy character on the finish.

    Nero d’Avola has long been the most important grape on the island of Sicily, thriving in the heat of the Mediterranean sunshine. Here in these sun-drenched vineyards, the highest standards are attained through the use of innovative technology and the careful process of mapping the terroir according to the weather patterns, harvesting time, soils and vine age. The vineyards are made up of distinct soil and climate conditions and range from sea-level up to 700 metres above sea level, each terroir imparting subtle complexity into the wine. The grapes undergo a sensory analysis and are hand-picked at optimum maturity.

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  • 2020 Syrah ‘Vitese’, Colomba BiancaRed Wine

    2020 Syrah ‘Vitese’, Colomba Bianca

    £1050

    This organic beauty from Colomba Bianca has abundant notes of ripe red-berried fruits and blackberries are complemented by delicate violet aromas. Structured and full-bodied with supple tannins, the enveloping and penetrating red berry flavours continue through to the long, aromatic finish.

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  • 2018 Chianti, MediceoRed Wine

    2018 Chianti, Mediceo

    £1095

    Fruit for the Chianti Mediceo is sourced by Alberto Antonini from the wider Chianti area, with a large portion of the blend coming from the hills around Florence.

    The wine is deep ruby in colour. On the nose, it has bright cherry fruit aromas combined with hints of chocolate and balsamic vinegar. On the palate, the fruit is supported by fine-grain tannins. The finish is savoury with a hint of minerality.

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  • Offer 2019 Primitivo di Manduria ‘Talo’, San MarzanoRed Wine

    2019 Primitivo di Manduria ‘Talo’, San Marzano

    £1121 25% saving

    A rich and opulent wine with vibrant flavours of ripe cherries and plums combined with subtle overtones of cocoa and vanilla. Velvety and textured with brambly fruits on the palate and a warm finish, this packs a punch of flavour.

    Talo is the surname of one of the winegrowers that have supplied San Marzano for many years. San Marzano recognises the contribution their producers make, with whom they work closely to achieve the best from their land. The outstanding quality of these wines could not be created without them. The vineyard is located in Salento, Puglia at approximately 100 metres above sea level. The soft soil layer is clayey and quite thin, with a good presence of rocks, making it an ideal growing location for vines.

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  • Trigaio Aglianico, Feudi di San GregorioRed Wine

    Trigaio Aglianico, Feudi di San Gregorio

    £1125

    Aromas of red fruits such as cherries and raspberries on the nose follow through onto the palate, which is full-bodied and well balanced with great freshness.

    The beautiful Feudi di San Gregorio vineyards are spread out over lush and gentle hills in Sorbo Serpico, approximately an hour from Naples and Mount Vesuvius. The region lies in the heart of the Southern Apennines, which is characterised by a continuous succession of mountains, hills and plains interspersed with rivers. The estate covers 250 hectares of vineyard divided into approximately 800 lots which are almost entirely devoted to native Campania vines. The vineyards are situated between 350 and 700 metres above sea level and the soils are volcanic, with a good percentage of clay. The climate is not the type of climate typically associated with southern Italy as the winters can be harsh and often snowy and the summers are breezy rather than scorching hot. The intense diurnal temperature variation, the winds that sweep through the vineyards and the exposure to the warming sun results in a unique combination set to express the full potential of the grapes. The vines are cultivated sustainably, with concentrated soil and canopy management to maintain the health and the aromatic purity of the grapes.

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  • 2021 Verdeca ‘Talo’, San MarzanoWhite Wine

    2021 Verdeca ‘Talo’, San Marzano

    £1149

    Verdeca is a relatively rare white-wine grape variety from southern Italy and is known for being excellent with seafood dishes.  This 2021 Verdeca ‘Talo’ from San Marzano is quite delightful, fresh and unoaked. It has rich aromatics of white flowers, crisp green apple and a hint of honey. Full-flavoured, with a creamy texture and a thirst-quenching finish.

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  • 2019 Primitivo di Puglia, A ManoRed Wine

    2019 Primitivo di Puglia, A Mano

    £1195

    This wine is deep red in colour. On the nose, there are intense aromas of ripe dark fruit, especially blackberries and cherries, with spicy notes of cocoa, lavender and liquorice. On the palate, it is youthful and full-bodied, with a great concentration of ripe, rounded fruit. It is a very elegant, fresh and complex Primitivo.

    The grapes for this wine come from vineyards in the heart of the Primitivo growing region, located in the low hills east of Taranto in Puglia. The region is an old sea bed, full of fossils of clams, oysters and urchins. The altitude is approximately 20 metres above sea level and annual rainfall is 35 centimetres. The climate is classically Mediterranean as Puglia is a peninsula between the Adriatic and the Ionian seas. The Primitivo vines are quite old; most are the original plantings after phylloxera and range from 70 to 100 years old. As with most vineyards planted at that time they are small bush vines called ‘alberello’ which are non-irrigated and low yielding. The average Primitivo vineyard is quite small, less than half a hectare and the best sites have a crumbly, dark reddish-brown soil that resembles instant coffee.

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