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Collezione di Paolo Chianti 2018
The acclaimed Paolo Masi makes some of our favorite Chianti. His latest is as juicy-delicious as ever, and boasts the big acclaim from Italy’s top critic to prove it. Look forward to loads of spicy, red-fruit character.
Duca di Cardino Chianti Riserva 2015
This lush Chianti Riserva comes from the cellars of the acclaimed Barbanera family and sports huge praise from expert Luca Maroni, plus a big gold medal from a top international show. Aged in barrel for six months, it’s extra smooth and complex.
Contessa Giovanna Manci Pinot Grigio 2018
Trust us, this is not your average Pinot Grigio. You’re in for a blast of refreshment from this mountain-grown, serial gold medalist. It’s lemony, vibrant, and seriously complex. Serve ice cool and prepare to get compliments from guests.
Pietro Disarti Roero Arneis 2018
A rare white from the man behind one of our most popular Piedmont reds. Paolo Sartirano’s exciting ‘white Barolo’ offers great structure, plus notes of chamomile and citrus. A must-taste Pinot Grigio alternative, hand picked exclusively for you.
Poggio Tempesta Chianti Superiore 2017
Alberto Antonini is Italy’s most celebrated winemaker, and we’re thrilled to bring you his barrel-aged Chianti Superiore, made in collaboration with top local growers. With vibrant red fruit and toasty mocha notes, it’s perfect for an Italian feast.
Paolo Valle Pinot Grigio 2018
“The Colli Orientali hills are home to some of Friuli’s most prestigious vineyards” (Wine-Searcher). And the renowned Paolo Valle’s Pinot Grigio – bursting with zippy citrus and apple – is about as good as it gets. Order now to taste for yourself.
Pozzo Vecchio 2013
If you haven't tasted a Syrah from Tuscany's hilltop village of Cortona, you need to. And the d'Allesandro family make some of the best. One sip and you'll see why this might “become one of the best places on Earth to grow Syrah” (Wine Spectator).
Feudi del Vulcano Aglianico 2016
Feudi di San Gregorio is one of (if not the) most renowned estates in Italy’s premium Campania region – and they’ve made this stunning Aglianico just for you. A charming taste of the superb 2016 vintage, it overflows with ripe black fruit and spice.
Tenuta Albrizzi Cabernet Sauvignon Primitivo 2019
Super Tuscan reds are some of Italy’s most renowned, expensive wines. Here’s a powerful challenger to the style (with an impressive resume) from sunny Puglia and repeat winner of Vinitaly’s Winemaker of the Year title.
Principe Strozzi Selvascura Toscana IGT 2018
From a Tuscan legend and 1,000-year-old family estate, this Super Tuscan delivers waves of ripe, dark cherry, spice, and silky tannins. James Suckling rated a past vintage 90 points, and this 2018 (a great year for Tuscany) may be even better.