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20 months aging in large oak casks, this Aglianico is able to be matched to the most intense game dishes. Full-bodied, with a charming elegant finish.
A fresh blend of Aglianico with a less known (but still delicious) indigenous red grape variety: Piedirosso. Vinification and aging in cement tanks like tradition dictates.
From volcanic soil. A traditional Falanghina, fully expressing the potential of its very own terroir. Mineral complexity in a glass.
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Floral, intense and vegetal nose, with a fine citrus fruit bouquet. Very intense on the palate, with a typical honey aftertaste.
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From old vines. Golden yellow in colour, with a mineral and salty nose. Very long and deep finish. Superb when paired with white meat.
Very fresh and mineral, with an important acidity. Nose and palate are also characterised by a territorial sulphur taste.
A very smooth and easy drinking blend of Barbera and Nebbiolo, with a charming nose and good balance.
A fruit-driven and eclectic blend of Barbera and other – unknown & almost forgotten – indigenous grape varieties.
Emilia has a huge tradition in fizzy reds. They are perfect match for local cuisine. This is a traditional frizzante Barbera, unique in its freshness and lightness.
Traditional (but not easy to find) blend of indigenous grape varieties, made with a short skin-contact maceration. Fruity, with a delicate dry bitter finish.
A delicious Colfondo with loads of fruit and a crisp refreshing mousse; but also dried thyme, spiced apple and a savoury, yeasty kick on the finish.
A lovely pale yellow colour, with notes of lemon, lime and yeasty lees. There is a slight fizziness to the wine, adding further lightness and freshness. Based in the tiny hamlet of Chateau Thebaud are the wonderful vineyards of Domaine de la Noe. Owned and cultivated by the Drouard brothers, their Muscadet’s offer the very best from the most classic of all the Loire regions. The domain owns 74 hectares of vine ith the majority of "Muscadet Sèvre & Maine".
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A velvety smooth Chardonnay, well rounded with a soft texture; done entirely in stainless steel. It shows great finesse and remarkable balance.
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Dark ruby red colour, with aromas of iris, rose, spices and ripe fruit all standing out. A wine with great ageing potential, it can be served with game and red meat.
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Champagne, Champagnes, Chardonnay, Country, France, Grape Variety, Pinot Noir, Red Grapes, Sparkling Wine, White Grapes
The nose is very powerful, dominated by aromas of fruits in pastry, stewed apricot, with frank notes of sugared almond. Slight notes of pepper and aniseed. On the palate, the feeling is very ample and long, with remaining pastry feeling, ending on a spicy note.
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Country, Dessert Wine, Dried Grape Wines, France, Grape Variety, Petit Manseng, South of France, White Grapes
2015 A little sweeter than 2014 but with great balancing acidity: A very good aperitif which can also match sea-food such as scallops and lobster, and all white meat, for example turkey with cranberry sauce. It also goes well with aged hard ewe’s milk cheese. 50cl bottle.
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