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Negroamaro (75cl) 2015 - Codici Masserie

£11.99

This red wine displays a ruby intense red color with spicy hints and touch of ripe fruits. The taste is harmonious, intense and rounded. Serve at 16-18° C.

For a better tasting experience, enjoy this wine with grilled meats and mature cheeses.

Primitivo (75cl) 2017 - Codici Masserie

£11.99

This red wine has an intense ruby red color with matching highlights. The bouquet is full of red berries, spices, and dark fruit jam while the taste is full-bodied, warm and fruity with balanced tannins. The finish is soft but long lasting.

A perfect pairing with roasted or stewed meats and strong cheeses like pecorino. Serve between 16-18° C. / 60-64° F.

Silenzi Rosso (75cl) 2018 - Pala

£11.99

Silenzi Rosso is a red wine by Pala. It is macerated at controlled temperature with the addition of selected yeasts. After the maceration, light clarifications are carried out, follows the refinement in stainless steel vats and in the bottle. The wine has a lively ruby red color with violet reflections. The aroma is intense with notes of red fruits and the taste is dry and soft with a good duration.

It can be better appreciated if consumed together with main courses and lean red meat, medium seasoned and fresh cheeses. Serve at 16/18° C. 

Morellino di Scansano DOCG 2017 (75cl) - Azienda il Grillesino

£17.99

“Morellino” is a grape that is technically a strain of Sangiovese, a “kissing cousin”. It is cultivated in the Scansano area, South of Tuscany. A legend tells that the grape was given its name because the brown hue of the grapes is similar to the color of the Marmmano horses. The grape grows with high sugar levels, producing wines rich in fruit and solid in structure. 

Morellino taste is fresh and welcoming, with enjoyable, soft, cherry/berry Sangiovese fruit. An expressive, attractive nose with black cherry, plum and black fruit aromas, along with a definite vegetal element (green peppers) and some earthy hints. It immediately tastes rich on the palate, with black cherry and berry flavor that blend into a pleasant tartness. 

Taste it combined with simple but tasty food as ham sandwich, hamburger, steak, mushrooms. It is perfect also with ragù pasta.

Pinot Noir Meczan 2018 (75cl) - Tenuta J. Hofstätter

£21.99

The Meczan Pinot Nero is distinguished by its varietal character, its distinctive aroma and fruity character, its bright ruby color with garnet reflexes, and its fresh, stimulating bouquet with seductive hints of woodland berries and cherry. Meczan is harmonious on the palate, it has a sappy and mellow with impressive fruit taste. Pinot Nero was successfully introduced into Alto Adige on the beginning of the 19th century. 

It is recommended to combine it with red meats, lamb, poultry, game, and venison. 

Focara Pinot Noir 2017 (75cl) - Fattoria Mancini

£28.99

FOCARA Pinot Noir is produced from a traditional red vinification, then aged in barrel for 12 months. The area of Focara is characterized by the production of Pinot Noir, a wine with a strong personality. The quality and history of this wine was acknowledged in 2000 through the creation of the D.O.C. Colli Pesaresi Focara Pinot Nero. 

Guiry Biodynamic Sangiovese 2016 (75cl) - Tenuta Mara

£31.99

Very light, delicate strawberry and Morello cherry fruit wine – a joy to drink. The palate comes through supple and full-flavoured with good supporting acidity. It’s dry, reviving, full of edges and flavour: a wonderful gastronomic wine. It embodies delectable taste, character and exceptional drinkability.

The selection of grapes is manual and takes place on long sorting tables. The fallen grapes reach the truncated oak vats: without temperature control and without the addition of selected yeasts and the must concludes the fermentation. It remains macerating on the skins for approximately one month.

The land on which the vineyards rest upon have medium texture characteristics with clay-limestone prevalence; they are located at an altitude of between 200 and 260 meters above sea level, with east / south-east exposure. The silty-clay matrix of the soil determines most of the characteristics related to the chemical, physical and biological fertility. The situation regarding the fauna biodiversity of the soil is good. It has confirmed the presence of biological forms such as Diluir and Symphyla and in autumn surveys some very sensitive groups, typical of unpolluted soils as Pseudoscorpions have appeared.

MaraMia Biodynamic 100% Sangiovese 2016 (75cl) - Tenuta Mara

£51.99

Wine which is confirmed unique in its genre for its extraordinary and seductive characteristics of colour, a particularly delicate and elegant aromatic intricacy, rich in floral fragrances, fruity and spicy. It has a startling gustatory character with astonishing coherence in its gustative balance and in its persistence with pleasant balsamic notes.

The selection of grapes is manual and takes place on long sorting tables. The fallen grapes reach the truncated oak vats: without temperature control and without the addition of selected yeasts and the must concludes the fermentation. It remains macerating on the skins for approximately one month.

The land on which the vineyards rest upon have medium texture characteristics with clay-limestone prevalence; they are located at an altitude of between 200 and 260 meters above sea level, with east / south-east exposure. The silty-clay matrix of the soil determines most of the characteristics related to the chemical, physical and biological fertility. The situation regarding the fauna biodiversity of the soil is good. It has confirmed the presence of biological forms such as Diluir and Symphyla and in autumn surveys some very sensitive groups, typical of unpolluted soils as Pseudoscorpions have appeared.

Dolcetto d'Alba DOC 2018 (75cl) - Palladino

£12.99

Intense ruby red wine with delicate violet hues.

Dry, medium-bodied and fragrant, suitable for drinking throughout the meal. Wine easy to understand and appreciate. Full of fresh and fruity aromas, the palate is harmonious and balanced. An approachable wine that is easy to understand and appreciate.

Rigatoni (500G) - Garofalo

£1.99

The word rigatoni comes from the Italian word rigato which means "ridged" or "lined", making sauces and grated cheese stick to it much better than its smooth-sided cohort. It\'s a particular favourite in southern and central Italian cuisine where it is widely used - especially in Sicily. Due to its shape and texture, rigatoni works well with either fairly thick cream or tomato based sauces as its shape holds the sauce well, so enhance it with simple ingredients and seasonal products like beans and mushrooms.

Farfalle (500G) - Garofalo
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Farfalle (500G) - Garofalo

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The name comes from its shape of a butterfly and its origin are very old, about XVI century. It isn\'t part of the Italian gastronomic tradition but it gained great success especially in some dishes for example with salmon.

Sangiovese IGT Umbria 2017 (75cl) - Chiorri

£10.60

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Fresh and lively, with intense aromas of blackberry, cherry and purple fruit, with floral, rose-scented notes. Immaculately balanced on the palate, clean and persistent with soft, round Sangiovese tannins.

Sangiovese is by far and away Italy’s most widespreadgrape variety. It accounts for a staggering 71,000 hectares of vineyards, equivalent to 11% of total plantings. The best known of these are obviously Tuscan, as Sangiovese is the grape of the region’s high-profile DOCGs (Chianti, Chianti Classico, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and Brunello di Montalcino) but it is also the most planted variety in the neighbouring regions of Umbria, Marche and Romagna, resulting in Sangiovese wine production with a distinctive characteristics unique to their own locality. For best results decant into a carafe or decanter - or just nice big wine glasses (tulip-shaped are ideal, as they serve to focus those lovely aromas!) - this helps you maximise the perfumes and textures.

Cannelloni (250g) - Garofalo

£2.39

Cannelloni are the ideal kind of pasta for the most creative recipes! They have a cylindrical shape and are generally prepared with a salted filling and then put into the oven. They come from Emilia Romagna traditionally but there exist different variants from all Italian regions.

Try them with meat ragú!

Recioto della Valpolicella DOCG 2015 (50cl) - La Collina dei Ciliegi

£28.79

The nose hints of cherry liqueur and jam alternating with pleasant notes of cocoa and cinnamon.

A ruby red colour with garnet reflections. The nose hints of cherry liqueur and jam alternating with pleasant notes of cocoa and cinnamon. Its elegance on the palate is immediate, intense and long-lasting with gently warm and velvety tannins. A meditation wine par excellence, that pairs extremely well with pastries and pies, or by contrast, with strong cheeses.

Fusilli (500g) - Garofalo

£1.99

Fusilli is a southern Italian word to indicate a kind of pasta similar to a spindle. Traditionally a knitting needle was used to form the spindle shape. Other dialectal denominations in the different regions of Italy are: curls in Calabria, incannulate in Puglia, turcinateddi or fusiddi in Sicily, maccarones a ferritus in Sardegna. Some families still prepare fusilli handmade according to the Italian tradition.

Try this pasta with tomato sauce, red pesto, genovese pesto or other vegetables sauces!

Cous Cous (1KG) - Garofalo

£2.19

Cous Cous is the perfect go-to dish to experiment and try, it goes with all sorts of foods and sauces

The symbol of the nomadic tradition of north African regions, it arrived in Italy in the second half of the 19th century, landing on the coasts of Sicily.

Soon this aliment became part of the Sicilian tradition, masterfully mixed with fish

Mista Corta (500G) - Garofalo

£1.99

This format of Pasta was born after the need of the homeowner to use the remaining of different types of pasta. The solution was to put them altogether, and the result is this beautiful mix that has no equals when it comes to ‘pasta e patate’ and ’pasta e fagioli’ (the typical pasta with potatoes and provola and pasta with beans)

Ditaloni (500G) - Garofalo

£1.99

This pasta format is ideal for soups and broths, and, thanks to the mastery of pasta Garofalo makers, it will always be al dente.

This type of pasta is of very old and antique descent, and their names come from thimbles, ditali in Italian, the tools to protect fingers while sewing.

Lasagna (500G) - Garofalo

£1.99

The Lasagna is one the most iconic Italian pasta dish, a simple square of pasta that can make an infinite range of amazing dishes. One of the biggest classics is with the ragù alla Bolognese (minced meat tomato sauce)

The Lasagna also has a long history and many poets from the middle age cite it in their poems, like Jacopone da Todi and Cecco Angiolieri

Organic Whole Wheat Penne (500G) - Garofalo

£2.19

Penne are the type of pasta that you can see every week on the Italians\' table. Their versatility makes them the format to go to with all recipes, warm and cold.

This whole wheat variant from Garofalo only add to the taste and are the right choice for a healthy meal.