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Discover Italy 6 Bottle Case

With over 300 grape varieties planted, it’s impossible to taste through all of Italy’s storied regions with only six wines. However, these are great exampleof all that Italy has to offer!

Signore Giuseppe Prosecco Spumante NV (Veneto) Pale yellow in the glass, this 100% Glera is bone dry with notes of sweet white peach and jasmine. The aromas are subtle enough that it can be easily quaffed as an aperitif or throughout the meal with anything from fresh ceviche to an indulgent butter roasted chicken. If you need something sweet with dessert try their Dolce Asti for something a bit different.

Cestino Pecorino IGT Terre di Chieti 2020 (Sicily) It's dry with flinty notes of limestone, citrus and peach and some floral notes like summery jasmine as well. Grab a few bottles and take to your next dinner party – once everyone’s fallen in love with it like we have, you know where to send them!

Villa Cardini Sangiovese 2018 (Puglia) This is a beautifully balanced wine with great harmony between the tannin, fruit and acid. Cerise in colour and a nose of aromatic berry fruits and refined plum notes. Perfect with pasta and lighter meats.

Signore Giuseppe Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2019 (Abuzzo) Typical Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, an easy weeknight quaffer. The area of Abruzzo is large and undulating, covering many different terroirs and microclimates on Italy’s Adriatic coast. Wines from this region are made from Montepulciano, a grape known to show notes of plum, vanilla and a hint of spice. The 2019 is drinking well now and goes great with tomato scented pastas, or a platter filled with hard cheeses and dried meats.

Luna Argenta Rosso Toscana IGT 2015 (Tuscany) A great bottle from Tuscany, with a hint of age. This Super Tuscan blend has native grapes like Sangiovese and Ciliegiolo as well as international varieties like Cab Sauv and Merlot which creates an explosion of flavour in the glass. It's ripe and rich with notes of raspberry jam, spice, earthy mushrooms, and thyme. It’s delicious on its own and even better when served alongside something hearty like a slow cooked stew or some hard, aged cheese.

Grand Maestro Italiano Primitivo di Manduria DOC 2018 (Puglia) Smooth, sultry ripe fruits are enveloped in a rounded, balanced body. From the wide bouquet of intense, ripe fruits on the nose to the elegantly structured and gentle tannins, this is an extra special Primitivo destined to be enjoyed over candle lit dinners.



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