Italy is to some degree shrouded in mystery, with many relatively unknown indigenous grape varieties producing wines which often remain under the radar. There are of course many recognizable and great wines, such as Barolo, Amarone, Chianti and Brunello. We are pleased to bring you a diverse and growing range and an increasing number direct from the domaines.
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Tucked away in the far south of Italy, in Campania, Vesevo produces a range of wines which tend to be fermented at cooler temperatures similar to those found in New Zealand - the wine makers believe that this enhances the flavours giving a purer taste to the wines. The Anglianico from Vesevo is complex and intense on the palate with notes of red fruits - cranberries, cherries and raspberries, this is followed by a touch of spice and a slight hint of vanilla on the lengthy finish.
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Located between Florence and Siena, the Chianti Classico region is the sole producer of this wine. Aged in oak barrels for a minimum of 1 year, giving the wine a wonderful complexity and richness, it is then transferred back into steel tanks before being added to the bottle. Flavours of vanilla and raspberry here with a definite silkiness on the round, full palate. This would be delicious served alongside a joint of beef.