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Falanghina Campania IGP 2017 (75cl) - San Salvatore

£17.00

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Fruity and mineral, Falanghina grapes have been thriving in Italy\'s deep south for centuries.

The area of the Falanghina grape used to be overrun by wolves, partly due to the relatively cool climate and partly because its landscape consisted of pure wilderness: a setting which assisted in the preservation of indigenous grapes.

Aglianico Terre di Chieti IGT "Costetoste" 2011 (75cl) - Fontefico

£22.49

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Full-bodied, rich and complex with plums and sour cherries.

A muscular, uncompromising wine with plenty of fruit and spices. Aglianico is a grape not typical of the Abruzzo region, but in Fontefico it takes on its own unique features: balsamic notes with hints of rosemary and lavender, spiced with essences of tobacco, carob and cloves.

Organic Elea IGP Paestum 2013 (75cl) - San Salvatore

£27.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Elea is an elegant, structured Greco reserve, intense and meditative, just like the terroir that generated it.

A tribute to Cilento and its thousand-year history. A land that what was once the small fishing village of Hyele is today a World Heritage Site. Made from 100% Greco grapes, it\'s one of the most popular wines to consume in the Southern Italian autumn months, with a balanced acidity with a distinctly nutty almond note.

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC BIO 2015 (75cl) - Fontefico

£15.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% \'Cocca Di Casa\' is one of the greatest wines of the South, full-bodied and round. And a firm House favourite.

In Abruzzo, the Montepulciano reigns as the uncrowned king of wine. Cultivated for centuries, the Montepulciano can age for a very long time, but it is also often appreciated for its fruity quality in its youth. This version is aged for about 12 months, and features black fruit on the nose, but on the mouth spices like black pepper as well as liquorice and roasted coffee.

Aglianico IGP Jungano 2016 (75cl) - San Salvatore

£22.00

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% The Barolo of the south, this wine is elegant and full-bodied, made from grapes grown in their geographical prime. With blackberries, sour cherries and notes of rosemary and balsamic, the Aglianico is a fantastically intense flavoured wine.

Aglianico is often labelled as the "Barolo of southern Italy" due to its intense, full-bodied character and refined elegance. They are well-known for perfectly depicting their terroir, and changing taste depending on their origin. Aglianico grapes seems to thrive in volcanic soils, especially at higher elevations on hillsides that also have some limestone mixed in - making San Salvatore\'s vineyard on the slopes of Vesuvius in Cilento national park prime growing conditionals for a powerful yet subtle Anglianico.

Cerasuolo D'Abruzzo DOC Superiore BIO 2017 (75cl) - Fontefico

£15.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% A medium-bodied red wine with a cherry and almond aroma. Served cold for red wine drinkers in summer!

The Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo is a cornerstone of the wine tradition of Abruzzo. It is not simply a red wine. It is a wine of unique qualities, one that well matches a cuisine that\'s delicately balanced between strong flavours and elegant taste. Fresh and crispy, the mouth is filled with a subtle but pleasing taste of blackcurrants and raspberries. An all-rounder, fit for every season, mood and taste.

Pecorino Superiore DOC 2017 (75cl) - Fontefico

£15.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% A wine - not the cheese! With notes of basil, chamomile and apple.

Native to Abruzzo, Pecorino is a fresh and perfumed wine variety, that\'s both pleasant and complex at the same time. The nose opens with subtle notes of basil, chamomile flowers and apples, then continues with tones of citrus fruit - namely grapefruit and cedar - and a hint of mango.

Passito di Noto DOC "Prim'Amore" 2008 (50cl) - Baglio dei Fenicotteri

£39.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% A sweet and rare passito wine which expertly depicts its terroir.

Passito describes wines that are made using the appassimento process, whereby grapes are partially dried on straw mats or pallets in airy rooms or barns in order to concentrate the grapes’ flavours and sweetness prior to vinification. From local grape variety Moscato di Noto, this wine fully expresses the perfume of this land, with hints of fruits such as apricot and peach as well as a gentle aroma of orange and lemon blossoms. Sweet but well balanced, Passito di Noto DOC "Prim\'amore" 2008 is 100% organic and one of the rarest wines featured on our site.

Toscana Rosso IGT "Milleottantatre" 2011 with Box (75cl) - Usiglian del Vescovo

£59.99

A rare nectar that is complex and refined.

A wine of outstanding quality, made of 100% Petit Verdot that ages 24 months in new oak tonneaux and a further 12 months in bottle, it is produced in extremely limited quantity. Juicy, layered and expressive, it showcases small berries and a toasted coffee and chocolate aroma. Perfect with roasted game and grilled red meat as well as aged cheeses.

Chianti Superiore DOCG 2015 (75cl) - Usiglian del Vescovo

£12.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Chianti at its best, with berries and great versatility.

Made from a balanced combination of mostly Sangiovese grapes and local grape varieties, the Chianti Superiore is a complex blend with a great colour and balance. Aged for 6 months in big barrels, it is then transferred to rest for 5 months in the bottle. It has a beautiful, delicate acidity and a fresh floral bouquet with hints of violet and berries. This is Chianti at its purest expression, and can be matched perfectly with pasta (with a meaty ragu) as well as roasted red meat in the winter and meat tartare in the summer.

Vin Santo del Chianti DOC "Occhio di Pernice" 2011 (37

£32.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% One of the rarest wines of Italy, also one of the most delicious!

This is not the typical Vinsanto you will find around: made with Sangiovese grape - therefore a less usual red dessert wine - is made by sundrying the grapes and then aging them for 4 years in small traditional "caratelli" barrels. Something unique, that is not only sweet, but it offers a variety of nuances, from berry jam to raisins and sherry, to dark chocolate and sour cherry.

Rosso del Molise DOC "Calidio" 2013 (75cl) - Campi Valerio

£11.50

Made from 100% Montepulciano grapes, this wine is young and fruity with cherries, slightly floral, with a full bodied and great persistance.

Its youth makes it the perfect start of a meal with charcuterie or with a meaty pasta sauce. Any ways, it will be even more delicious if drank in good company!

Tintilia del Molise DOC "Opalia" 2010 (75cl) - Campi Valerio

£19.49

A complex, elegant wine from the indigenous grape Tintilia.

Tintilia is an indigenous grape that is nowadays representative of Molise. Still fairly unknown both in Italy and abroad, it is quickly gaining recognition for its quality and potential. Blackberry, liquirice nuances with a touch of vanilla and complex, elegant finish. For those who want to discover something new, you won\'t be disappointed.

Pentro DOC 2010 (75cl) - Campi Valerio

£72.50

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Dark, with balsamic notes and hints of wood and eucaliptus.

The production of Pentro is relatively young, starting from 2007, but is quickly becoming one of the most established realites in South of Italy. A blend of Montepulciano and Sangiovese (recently even Tintilia) this wine matures for 24 months in barrel and 12 months in bottle before being released. Intense and deep with dark balsamic notes, eucaliptus and berries but also coffee and toasted wood.

Molise Rosso DOC Sannazzaro Riserva 2012 (75cl) - Campi Valerio

£24.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Smooth and rounded with soft tannins and a full body.

This smooth, silky wine from Montepulciano grape is sexy and seducent, with nuances of vanilla and aromatic herbs. With its excellent balance, this wine is perfect for a romantic dinner! Most of all, it will work well with the right people!

Organic Dessert Wine Colli Piacentini DOC "Archeus" 2013 (50cl) - Illica

£34.50

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% One of the best organic dessert wines we have tried.

This dessert wine is very special, and made from 100% organic Malvasia di Candia, a vigorously aromatic local variety. Thanks to the position close to the river Ongina, the vineyard develops the Noble Rot, that adds a natural tropical flavours that - we are sure - will win your favour.

Organic Sparkling Rose "Fleur" (75cl) - Illica Vini

£16.49

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% A fantastic organic Rosé from 100% Barbera grape.

In this sparkling rose, the unusual organic Barbera is used, making the wine easy to drink and fruity, with complex flora notes on the palate. The wine is vinified "in white", without the skin and kept in contact with the yeasts for optimal fermentation. The aging process contributes to better the natural carbonation of the wine that becomes creamy and well integrated. Perfect for aperitive and with local stuzzichini, this wine can be drank with each course, being extremely versatile and enjoyable.

Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC "Caplavur" 2012 (75cl) - Cascina del Pozzo

£15.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% From the same grape of Barolo, this wine is fruity and elegant.

Nebbiolo is the same grape used to make Barolo, only here we are in an area where wines are less suitable for ageing 5 or more years such as Barolo. These wines are fruity and intense and show a great deal of complexity, and only 7000 bottles a year are produced, making it extremely rare to find. No barrels are used in ageing process to preserve the purity of the fruit. With Nebbiolo’s delicate aromas but bold tannin, you’ll want to seek out less-gamey meats that have enough fat to absorb the ample tannin. The wine’s high acidity gives it the opportunity to match against higher acid foods with saltiness and perhaps vinaigrette-based sauces, but remember to balance by adding enough butter, fat or olive oil to compliment the wine’s tannin. Even though Nebbiolo is traditionally paired with Italian foods, it has been well-received alongside Asian cuisine with brown sauces and Asian 5-spices sauces.