Italy is a wonderful patchwork quilt of a country with incredible regionality and local traditions. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the rich profusion of indigenous grape varieties that grace the slopes and plains of many of Italy's wine-producing regions. While wine production dates back centuries, it wasn't until relatively recently that a wave of producers set new benchmarks for fine Italian Wines. Whether you like a more modernist or traditionalist approach, international or indigenous varieties, the Italian wine scene has never been more exciting.
“A darker, more structured Barolo than his sibling, Prapo’ is an incredibly pure expression of the terroir of Serralunga. Precise notes of red and black berries, forest floor and dark spices are framed by tight woven tannins and lively freshness. An exciting release that has the potential to be enjoyed for the next 10 years.” Armit Winesmore
Bottle 75cl £62.40
Bottle 75cl £62.68
Fenocchio's smallest production wine, a Bussia Riserva that spends 90 days macerating on the skins. Long maceration is key to Claudio's winemaking style, and it reaches its peak here with immensely complex aromas of truffles, black cherry, rosewater, and aromatic herbs. A subtle, velvety wine with remarkable depth.more
Double Magnum 300cl £381.40