Italy now offers one of the most interesting, varied and unique ranges of quality wine in the world. But it wasn’t always this way. Not long ago, Italian wine was best known for being mass produced and cheap, but the era of the Supertuscan in the 1990s and early 2000s saw a new wave of quality wine, albeit made outside the traditional rules and regulations in the new ‘international’ style. From there, we have now arrived at a revival of traditional Italian grape varieties and regions, and there is a new focus on quality, small artisan winemakers and the astonishing regional diversity that only Italy can offer.


Piedmont, Tuscany

Featured Wines

Italy - a chosen few from us

Barbaresco 'Costa Russi' 2010, Gaja


Gaja's single vineyard wines are incredibly fine, rich and classy. Costa Russi is exceptional year in, year out.

The Costa Russi vineyard was acquired by the Gaja family in 1967. The name comes from 'costa' meaning the side of the hill facing the sun, and ‘Russi,’ a nickname of the previous owner.

Vintage Tunina 2016, Jermann


Regularly touted as one of the three best white wines in Italy, Vintage Tunina is a complex blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Malvasia, Picolit and Ribolla.

While this is delicious young, if you can hang on to it for a few years is blossoms into something on another plane altogether.

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