Situated in East-Central Italy with a long eastern border running along the Adriatic sea the wine region of Le Marche plays host to picturesque fishing villages, rustic mountain villages and miles of untamed coastline. The biggest source of local pride and the region's most famous wine is the white varietal wine Verdicchio, made from the local grape of the same name.
This green-tinged wine has a distinctive bitter finish and is among Italy's best-known dry whites, having notably progressed since the commercially successful but mediocre Verdicchio of twenty odd years ago.
‘2015 was one those years that every winemaker dreams of having at least once in his career. The balanced season with a warm and sunny summer, but with a cool, dry weather during the harvest produced wines that perfectly denotethe seasonal trend. Rarely do we find a perfect balance between the various components of the wine, from the deep...more
Bottle 75cl £21.00
Being Frizzante in style, this Prosecco has a lighter, finer mousse which makes it the perfect wine for an aperitive. In the glass you'll find delicious aromas of white stone fruit and golden apple with lively acidity to refresh your palate. A perfect glass of fizz to enjoy on its own or alongside some some canapés. Think fresh figs and...more
Bottle 75cl £10.95
Dried cherries, raspberries, tobacco and crushed flowers rise effortlessly from the glass. Delicate berry-infusions are contained within a tightly packed tannic structure. But the texture is beautifully silken. Freshness and verve are the hallmarks of this appealing vintage and this wonderful Barolo has it in spades.
Bottle 75cl £29.60