With a wine history dating back over 4,000 years and the perfect climate for viticulture, Italy is one of the most diverse winemaking countries in the world.
Wine had long been a part of everyday life by the time the ancient Greeks first came to southern Italy. Grapes were so easily cultivated the Greeks originally named the region Oenotria, meaning the land of wine. Today, Italian wines are more varied and popular than ever, with Italy being the second largest producer of wine in the world behind France.
Try these wines by the glass or bottle throughout July and August.
Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene Extra Dry, Toffoli
A delicious Prosecco from a small family grower situated in the most premium area of Veneto.
Vermentino di Gallura Terra E Mare Bianco 2015, Unmaredivino
A fresh and elegant Vermentino from Sardinia.
Barbera d’Alba San Pancrazio 2014/15, Pelassa
A full bodied Barbera bursting with red berry fruits from the hills of Piedmont.
Chianti Classico Reserva 2011, Castelli del Grevepesa
A classic Sangiovese from the renowned Chianti region.
We will happily deliver small quantities locally and offer free delivery nationwide on website orders over £100.
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