Good varietal citrus and green apple on the nose with a touch of vanilla, a pinch of nutmeg and a slight whiff of alcohol. Leaner on the palate than the nose would suggest, showing crisp green apple and prominent acidity, finishing with a touch of nutty butter.
Beautiful deep gold colour. Rich with lush notes of honey, quince, apricot, chamomile and toast, well balanced by searing acidity. Delicious on its own but shines when served with duck rillettes; the acidity cuts nicely through the fat of the dish.
A blend of Sangiovese, Merlot and Syrah. Deep ruby colour with an earthy, cherry nose; medium-bodied, dry, cherry flavour with a vanilla oak note and soft tannins. A pleasing spaghetti wine.
From the Maremma region on the coast of Tuscany comes this very flavourful white made from the Vermentino grape. The wine is straw-coloured with a floral, peach and apple bouquet; it’s medium-bodied with a touch of sweetness in mid-palate. A very versatile food wine at a good price.
Very nice aromas of blackberries, plums, brambly raspberries, savoury spices and a certain earthiness. It’s quite thick and juicy on the palate with a fine balance between rich and savoury dark fruits, spice, tannins and balancing acidity on the finish.
Pale yellow. Aromatic, very fresh, slightly herbaceous nose with notes of citrus (grapefruit). Lively on the palate, its light fruity taste will go well with fish and seafood. A tiny amount of carbonic gas adds to its refreshing nature. Drink now.