The literal translation for Pecorino is sheep and applies to both the cheese and the wine as it refers to the steep mountain paths where the sheep would roam and where the grape vines grow. The wine is brilliant in a pale yellow hue with perfect clarity, aromas of orange peel, lemon with a hint of roasted almond kernel; it...more
Bottle 75cl £13.14
Incredibly fresh and zesty this is going to make perfect summer drinking. Refreshing acidity with concentrated pear, apple and apricot flavours. Whilst primarily about crisp fruit characters there is a touch of minerality and almost waxy texture here. A blend of 80% Vermentino and 20% Chardonnay, this will provide extremely enjoyable drinking for the next year.more
Bottle 75cl £13.64
Bottle 75cl £14.00
Pinot Bianco is an often ignored variety that yields delicately aromatic and beautifully textured whites. White flowers, peach blossom and stone fruit delicately waft from the glass. A truly delightful nose leads onto a green apple filled mouth with a weighty, textured palate. A streak of minerality and fine acidity lift this Pinot Bianco and provide a refreshing finish. A...more
Bottle 75cl £14.64
Bottle 75cl £14.86
One of the most picturesque Italian wine regions, Tuscany is world-renowned for the variety of wines produced - from sweet dessert wines, to dry whites, to popular full bodied Italian red wines. The southernmost Italian wine region, Sicily, boasts Syrah – a wine that compares favourably with the Rhône Valley thanks to the near constant sunshine and dependable rainfall. Explore wines from the small vineyards of Piedmont, nestled at the foot of the Dolomites in the north of the country, and central-eastern Abruzzo, home of the Montepulciano grape yielding great-value, full-bodied Italian red wines.
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Find out about perfectionists Bruno Giacosa and Gaja from the Piedmont region, Tuscany wines from 'Super Tuscans' such as Ornellaia, Sassicaia, Le Pupille, Tua Rita, Querciabella and Cantele who are investing in scientific research to improve the quality of the Puglia region, and Musella, producing fine Italian red wines and rosés from their biodynamically certified vineyards. Also look out for leaders in their regions; Pietradolce, Agricola Punica and Romano Dal Forno. And don’t miss Biancavigna based in a Superiore DOCG in the Veneto region, with their range of excellent Proseccos.
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