A true field blend of grapes from an old vineyard of Aglianico, Primitivo, Piedirosso and more that spent just an evening on skins before being pressed off to old casks for nine months. Fitting the vintage, this is by far the lightest and brightest Vino...MSRP:Was:Now: £39.50
From seventy five year old vines planted with a rare kind of Coda di Volpe some 500 metres above sea level. This spent two days on skins, before being pressed off to a mix of sandstone amphorae and chestnut casks for élevage. A little more open...MSRP:Was:Now: £32.00
From Nino’s youngest vines of Nero d’Avola planted over sandy soils. Like the Vignammare, the grapes are picked early, in the middle of August, meaning the acid is tart and alcohol low. It spends just a night on its skins, ferments in...MSRP:Was:Now: £25.00
A little bit of bottled Sicilian sunshine right here in the form of this highly delicious rosato from an elevated patch of land pretty much smack-bang in the centre of Sicily. The wine is as pure as the vines are remote; here the dominating grape of the...MSRP:Was:Now: £24.50
There is a common misconception in this country that rosé wines should only be drunk in the clement months when the sun shines. Sure, we have some examples of the classic Provence style; pale, crisp, undeniably delicious on a summer’s day. But that’s to ignore the many other styles of wine in this category, such as the deeply-coloured rosatos to be found all over Italy, made by producers like Lamoresca in Sicily and Farnea in the Veneto. Some of the wines blur the lines between a pink wine and a red wine so light and fresh it is best served chilled. The fun is in finding out just what it is. Organic, biodynamic and natural rosé in its many multi-toned expressions.