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Classic Italian

Classic Italian

We have carefully selected this mixed case to offer you the best wines, from some of the most popular Italian wine regions – Fruili, Vento, Piedmont, Tuscany and Sicily.
Starting with a refreshing Prosecco, followed by Gavi di Gavi, add in one of the most well-known grape varieties in Italy – Pinot Grigio and a delightful, un-oaked Chardonnay from Sicily. Continue the Italian tour with a juicy and intense red wine from Valpolicella Classico Superiore and not forgetting the King and Queen of Italian wine ‘Barolo and Barbera’- complex wines that are made from the remarkable, noble grape, Nebbiolo from Piedmont. To finish the tour; wines from our exclusive producers and wine legends in Italian winemaking history - Tenuta di Biserno, created by Marchese Lodovico Antinori, original founder of the Ornellaia estate. And Tenuta di Trinoro and Tenuta di Passopisciaro, which were built from scratch by Andrea Franchetti.

The case contains:

Sylvoz prosecco doc treviso le colture brut NV

Barbera d'alba giulia negri 2014

Barolo la tartufaia giulia negri 2013

Contrada chiappemacine igp tenuta di passopisciaro 2016

Passorosso etna rosso doc tenuta di passopisciaro 2016

Le cupole igt tenuta di trinoro 2015

Il pino di biserno tenuta di biserno 2015

Insoglio del cinghiale campo di sasso 2015

Valpolicella classico superiore terre di cariano cecilia beretta 2015

Pinot grigio la tunella 2017

Gavi di gavi fratelli antonio e raimondo 2017

Passobianco IGT Tenuta di Passopisciaro 2015


"Classic Italian"


Italian Wine

It is hard to imagine a more exciting or varied wine-producing country than Italy. With a vibrant winemaking history spanning over 2,000 years, and vineyards stretching from the Alps through the Appenine mountains to Sicily, the Italian peninsula is home to an enormous range of climates, topographies and soil typeshosting hundreds of distinctive grapes unique to Italy.

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