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Italian Sparkling Wine

  • Orsi San Vito Sui Lieviti A.Vingarde 2019 | Wayward Wines

    Orsi San Vito Sui Lieviti A.Vingarde 2019

    A blend of Federico’s Pignoletto and ‘rusticani’, wild plums not dissimilar to damsons picked in the surrounding hills. Made in tiny quantities in collaboration with his friends at A Vin Garde, this fruity, sour and gently sparkling...

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  • Costadilà O-X 2019 | Wayward Wines

    Costadilà O-X 2019

    An intriguing and unexpected combination of the traditional white Prosecco grape, Glera, blended with a direct-press (no skin contact, so no colour) of red grape Pinot Noir, which is refermented inside the bottle to create a bracing col fondo sparkler...

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  • Costadilà 330slm 2019 | Wayward Wines

    Costadilà 330slm 2019

    The number in the names of these characterful sparkling wines refers to the altitude of the vines - 330 uses fruits from the lower-lying parcels. Those familiar with the Costadilà wines will notice from the photograph alone that this wine is much...

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  • Crocizia Marc’Aurelio 2018 | Wayward Wines

    Crocizia Marc’Aurelio 2018

    About a week of maceration in contact with the skins. Ageing in steel tanks and re-fermentation in the bottle through indigenous yeasts. Dark, savoury fruit with grippy tannic structure. Real-deal old-school Lambrusco. Marco and his father Aurelio...

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  • Vittorio Graziano Fontana dei Boschi 2017

    Vittorio Graziano Fontana dei Boschi 2017

    Vittorio has 5 hectares near Modena that he has planted with some of Emilia’s traditional varieties grown from cuttings taken from old vineyards. He does not know the names of most of these! He works with very low yields and has been organic since...

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  • Camillo Donati Ribelle Rosato 2018

    Camillo Donati Ribelle Rosato 2018

    Frothy, savoury, infinitely delicious Lambrusco-style Rosato using 100% high-acid Barbera. Candied berry fruit and lively bubbles make this an essential summer-swigger, preferably outdoors with a good supply of pizza. Camillo’s wines are all...

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  • Farnea Boh.lla 2019 | Wayward Wines

    Farnea Boh.lla 2019

    From a thirty year old vineyard of Glera. The grapes were picked in early September and spent nineteen days on the skins in cuve before being transferred to bottle with a little juice from the same harvest. After refermenting, the wine rested on its lees...

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  • Camillo Donati Il Mio 2017 | Wayward Wines

    Camillo Donati Il Mio Malvasia 2018

    Amazing Emilia fizz at an equally amazing price point! Aromatic Malvasia, fermented on skins and refermented in bottle a la traditional method. The bottle is not disgorged giving a sandy haze. The wine bursts with flavour but is still incredibly...

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  • Casa Coste Piane Valdobbiadene Prosecco NV | Wayward Wines

    Casa Coste Piane Valdobbiadene Prosecco NV

    Prosecco - but this is the real deal! Made in the traditional method, the Glera grape sees a natural fermentation before being transferred to the bottle for a second fermentation that traps the bubbles. The bottle is not disgorged so the wine is left to...

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  • Quarticello Despina 2019 | Wayward Wines

    Quarticello Despina 2019

    Wonderful, aromatic fizz. Roberto makes all of his sparkling wine in the traditional method, meaning the wine is refermented in the bottle under closure to trap the bubbles. No sugars or selected yeasts are added to achieve this; in a walk-in fridge in...

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  • Orsi San Vito Sui Lieviti 2018 | Wayward Wines

    Orsi San Vito Sui Lieviti 2018

    A huge house favourite when it comes to sparkling wine here at Cave Wayward, so look no further if you seek a recommendation. ‘Sui Lieviti' roughly translates as ‘on lees’, meaning that all of the grape must that starts the second...

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  • Ca' di Rajo Lemoss 2019 | Wayward Wines

    Ca' di Rajo Lemoss 2019

    Easily our most popular sparkling wine. This is unofficial Prosecco (wine from the region but classified as ‘glera frizzante’ instead) made col fondo-style - meaning the lees from the second fermentation are left in the bottle, giving a the...

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