Enjoy a collection of six bottles of some of Italy's most popular red wines.
From Northern gems such as Piedmontese Dolcetto, to sun driven Southern delights like Primitivo from Puglia. Explore some of central Italy's most cherished wines such as Chianti Classico, Montefalco Rosso and Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. And travelling further afield we have included a delicious, traditional style Cannonau from the island of Sardinia.
2019 Primitivo, Caiaffa - Puglia
Certified organic. This is bright and vibrant with red berry character and a freshness not always found in other Primitivos. A hint of flowers and spice on the finish for a real smooth, easy drinker!
2018 Cannonau di Sardegna 'Lillové', Gabbas - Sardinia
Known for producing exemplary traditional Sardinian styles, Gabbas' Cannonau is elegant, with a fragrant bouquet of fresh raspberries and violets, soft tannins and a hint of white pepper on the finish.
2016 Chianti Classico, Le Corti - Tuscany
Certified organic. A historic Tuscan estate with winemaking roots dating back to the 14th century. Le Corti's Chianti is modern in style, with very well-integrated oak, ripe cherries, soft spice, beautiful acidity a generosity that make this a joy to drink.
2018 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Caldora - Abruzzo
Montepulciano is one of Italy's most widely planted grape varities. This wine is has lots to offer. Fruity, full-bodied and round on the palate with ripe plum and blackberry character. The fruit is balanced by lovely acidity and hints of spice and vanilla.
2019 Dolcetto D'Alba Roussot, Francesco Rinaldi - Piedmont
An exemplary Dolcetto that is more serious than many of its counterparts. The one remaining hectare of the grape in an otherwise Barolo vineyard, this red structured and serious with floral, notes of blackberries and wild strawberries.
2015 Rosso di Montefalco, Adanti - Umbria
Rosso di Montefalco is a predominantly Sangiovese based blend from Umbria. Warm, earthy and complex, stewing fruits play with leather and mushroom for an intense, full-bodied red. Ripe tannins and high acidity make this a cracking red for an autumnal evening.