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Barbera DOC 2019 (75cl) - Fontanafredda

£17.90

Taste Awards winning product. With its intense ruby red colour, its floral and fruity scent, it is an excellent wine to serve with a great meal, including meats and cheeses.

Its taste is broad, persistent, nicely dry and velvety.

Nebbiolo DOC "Campo del Pesco" 2018 (75cl) - Az. Agr. Giribaldi

£17.90

An intense ruby red wine with orange reflexes. On the nose evident roses, raspberries vanilla and balsamic notes. In the mouth it is dry, round and full-bodied with young arrogant tannins, fruit syrup and cinnamon. Balanced and long in the mouth.

Excellent with red meats, garlic dips, game, roasted meats, truffle-based dishes and strong cheeses.

Barolo DOCG 2016 (75cl) - Az. Agr. Giribaldi

£28.90

Ripe and firm tannins with a long finish. Intensity in itself. DOCG* Certified.

Made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes with southern exposure, Barolo is famous for a reason. Their complex yet delicate taste is full of tannins, and they are a favourite amongst sommeliers and food and drink fanatics alike. Ruby red with purple and garnet reflections, they have a balsamic aroma, reminiscence of the soil where the grapes grow. The taste is full-bodied with a slightly bitter aftertaste, excellent structure and good predisposition to aging. Eat with braised or roasted meats, wild game, seasoned and strong cheeses, to be served at a temperature of 20° C.

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.