A light and fresh style of red from the Region of Chieti on the east coast of Italy. Made from a blend of the typical grape varieties of the region: Sangiovese and Montepulciano, It is fermented in stainless steel tanks to preserve the freshness of the fruit.
Established in 1970 by the Bartolimei brothers, this winery has strived to make the best possible wines out of the regions calcerous and clay soils. Using only indigenous grapes, the fruity Sangiovese and the dark, rustic Montepulciano, this wine speaks of the terroir effortlessly. The wine is bursting with red cherries and raspberries and has a touch of new oak just to round it all off and leaving you itching for another taste.
Made from the Negroamaro grape, which has in recent decades become a noble variety in Pugliese viticulture. With vibrant acidity and a beautiful balance of fruit and earth flavours, the popularity of Negramaro continues to grow among winemakers and wine lovers alike. Considered to be a benchmark for the category, Cantele's Salice Salentino is made using only the bet fruit and is a great introduction to the wines of the region.
Located in fertile hilly landscape just east of Verona, Azienda Adalia are committed to organic and sustainable farming. Their Valpolicella is a vibrant and juicy red; rich with raspberry, redcurrant and cherry. Lively acidity and soft tannins complete this drinkable red.
Le Cantine Murgo grow the grapes for this thrilling red on the volcanic soils surrounding Mount Etna in Sicily. Beautifully fragrant with aromas of wild strawberry, it is simply brilliant value.
Just south of Perugia, in the geographical heart of Italy, lies the DOC of Montefalco. It’s here where you’ll find some of the most delightful Italian wines. With just a splash of Sagrantino, this Sangiovese led blend has a deeper colour, more tannin, and fuller savoury flavours compared with its Tuscan cousins.
Started in 2002 by the masterminds behind the world famous Sassicaia, Agricola Punica is a Sardinian venture applying the Super Tuscan model to the idyllic setting of Sardinia. The Montessu is a stylish, fresh red, with spiced black raspberry and blackcurrant fruit. Accents of wild herbs and green olive deliver a long finish held together by supple tannins.
Nerello Mascalese bursting with red cherry and strawberry, followed by subtle herb character and a distinctive minerality. Bright, refreshing and balanced - could even be served slightly chilled.
Local varietal Piedirosso grown on the volacanic slopes of Mt Vesuvius produces an energetic red wine bursting with fresh autumnal fruits kissed with notes of balsamic. Held together wonderfully by fine-grained tannins and a minerality that is reflective of its volcanic home. Best in Show for Southern Italy at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2021. 97 Points.
This Chianti Riserva is a step up in quality from the already excellent Chianti Classico. Excellent grapes and the winemaking skills of Castelli di Querceto yields a wine that at this price is an astonishing bargain.
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