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Chianti "Gli Scudi" 2019 (75cl) - Cecchi

£13.90

With its ruby red colour and a strong, persistent taste, Chianti is one of the most popular Italian wines. Although its taste is pronounced, it is well balanced and smooth on the palate.

It should be served with red meat or cheeses.

Bolgheri Rosso DOC 2019 (75cl) - Grattamacco

£35.90

Bolgheri Rosso DOC combines the generosity of the Tuscan soil and modern elegance for an intense ruby red wine. On the nose, notes of sour cherries, plum, and cherry arrive first, followed by spicy nuances. In the mouth, it is round and soft, fresh and balanced.

Best paired with red meat, cheeses and pasta.

Morellino di Scansano "La Mora" 2016 (75cl) - Cecchi

£15.40

Morellino di Scansano has a pretty intense ruby red colour and balsamic notes of cherries pleasant to the nose. Although soft on the palate, a touch of acidity just raises the final note.

It is a wine made of Sangiovese that can be served both with a tasty starter or a main course.

Sangiovese IGP Ravenna "Pagurus" 2015 (75cl) - Tenuta del Paguro

£84.99

A Sangiovese that is truly special. Aged under water like all other wines they produced, this wine showcases an extreme elegance that makes it suitable for refined gifts.

Sangiovese is the king of reds not only in Tuscany, but also in Emilia-Romagna, where is thoroughly developed and produced with outstanding results. This Sangiovese makes no exceptions, and packs a punch of berry fruit and violet that is typical of the grape\'s bouquet.

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Chianti DOCG 2019 (75cl) - Colli Bruni

£10.50

Perfume, fine and characteristic aroma, and harmonious, dry, and spicy taste. Perfectly suited to be paired with roasts, game and pasta. Great when served with truffle-based dishes. DOCG* Certified.

Chianti is one of the noblest wines in the world and boasts the name of the land from which it originates, in compliance with strict rules that protect and guarantee its quality.

*DOCG: This certification denotes the highest quality recognition for Italian wines. In addition to the conditions required for DOC, the wines must be "guaranteed" by passing an analysis and a tasting by government-licensed personnel before being bottled. Also, DOCG rules reduce the allowable yield of grapes to produce the wine, limit specific alcohol levels, and minimum aging requirements.

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Brunello di Montalcino 2015 (37.5cl) - Banfi

£24.90

Half a standard bottle, 37.5cl, of one of the greatest Italian classics.

This Brunello de Montalcino is a rich and elegant wine with a brilliant ruby red colour with great reflections. On the nose, it is soft and fruity, the notes of red fruits stand out particularly, in the mouth it is balanced with a pleasant little note of acidity.

Best paired with rich and tasty dishes.

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Sangiovese Toscana IGT Vigna Flavia 2012 (75cl) - Colle Santa Mustiola

£35.70

Sangiovese Toscana IGT is a very pleasant red wine with great drinkability and able to evolve pleasantly for a few years. It presents a fruity aromatic profile with spicy notes in the background and a vibrant, fresh, and very enjoyable mouth, with pleasantly tasty tannins.

It is paired best with first courses, elaborate meat dishes and aged cheeses.

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Organic Chianti Classico DOCG 2017 (75cl) - Il Molino di Grace

£21.50

This is a Chianti Classico that perfectly fuses earthy Chianti tradition with modern ripe fruit and silky texture.  It\'s mouthwatering they way any fine Chianti should be and finishes with plenty of ripe tannins, that\'s been polished fine and ripe. While you can certainly enjoy this with anything from the Tuscan table, you\'ll love it with burgers and grilled chicken, too. DOCG* Certified.

DOCG* Certification: This classification denotes the highest quality recognition for Italian wines. In addition to the conditions required for DOC, the wines must be "guaranteed" by passing an analysis and a tasting by government-licensed personnel before being bottled. Also, DOCG rules reduce the allowable yield of grapes to produce the wine, limit specific alcohol levels, and minimum aging requirements.

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Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2013 (75cl) - Tenuta Le Potazzine

£68.99

Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% One of the most famous Italian red wines in the world, from one of the three highest vineyards in Montalcino. DOCG* Certified.

70 miles south of Florence lies Montalcino, home of one of the world’s great wines: Brunello di Montalcino. Their vineyards are among the three highest in Montalcino, reaching 1,663 feet above sea level, providing advantageous conditions for growing fuller, powerful wines with crisp acidity. These conditions, and the territory-wide commitment to quality, have brought Brunello di Montalcino to the attention of the world. Flavourful tannins with aromas of fresh berries, blood oranges and graphite, it has complex structure full of fruity spicy sensations, ending with a finish that plays between the savouriness and the acidity. As its fruit often reaches maximum ripening, Brunello di Montalcino has a bright garnet colour. Brunello di montalcino is a big, robust red: hearty and rich, it tastes like it was made for hunters who eat wild boar stew that was made on an open fire. But if you fancy something a little less rustic, you\'ll be pleased to know that the elegance and the harmonious body of this wine means it also pairs well with dishes such as red meats, game, mushrooms and truffles. Brunello di Montalcino earned the prestigious DOCG status for stringent quality-control guidelines in 1980, which includes being aged for a minimum of two years in barrels and two more in bottles before being sold.