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Altesino Wines

Altesino Wines

Altesino are one of the great Brunello producers and have lead the way with important innovations in the production of Sangiovese from Montalcino, in particular, they were the first to produce a single vineyard Cru, the Montosoli. As a consequence they stand out and have become a reference point for the entire territory.

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Angoris Wines

Founded in 2003, the latest production of Tenuta Angoris consists of wines coming from the most typical and traditional vines such as Tocai, Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso and Ribolla Gialla as well as from international vines of great success. They are produced from the 26 hectares belonging to the estates of Stabili della Rocca located in the Colli Orientali area and Ronco Antico located in Dolegna del Collio. The selection called “Vos da Vigne”, meaning “voice frm the vineyard” in the Friulian language, recalls the strong bind with the vineyard and the territory, and is composed of wines that are produced from the care taken in the vineyard, with low yield, late harvesting, and long maceration.

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Binomio Wines

Binomio Wines

Binomio is the brainchild of two old friends: Stefano Inama from Azienda Agricola Inama and Sabatino di Properzio from Fattoria La Valentina. The Binomio vineyard is located in San Valentino, Abruzzo Citeriore, and is a stunning plot of old vine Montepulciano planted exclusively with the low-yielding ‘Africa‘ clone of Montepulciano grapes. The unique combination of mountainous terroir, old vines, and a strict selection have allowed Binomio to produce a wine which displays the concentration and complexity for which Montepulciano is famous.

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Bric Cenciurio Wines

The felicitous fusion of ideas between Langhe and Roero makes this a very original winery both in its production and in the range of wines on offer. The Pittatore and Sacchetto families manage an estate, of eleven hectares, split between the municipalities of Castellinaldo and Barolo, vinifying white and red grapes with equal skill to craft a range that runs from Roero Arneis to Barolo. Distinguishing features are styles that are never ordinary, well-gauged use of oak in the serious reds and lashings of freshness and drinkability in the whites.

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Caprili Wines

Caprili Wines

The Caprili estate is located to the South-West of Montalcino at an altitude of 335 metres above sea level, and was bought in 1965 by the Caprili family. Today, the Caprili family controls all the stages of the wine making process, from wine production to commercialisation. The estate spreads out over an area of 58 hectares in the southwest territory of the Municipality of Montalcino on the hillside which slopes down towards the Orcia and Ombrone rivers. Of the total property, 16 hectares of the land is covered with vines. Caprili wines are only produced from grapes provided with excellent and originating from the Caprili vineyard itself.

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Niro Wines

Codice Citra Wines

From the mountains of Majella and Gran Sasso in Chieti, to the rolling hills of Ortona leading down to the shores of the Adriatic Sea, the vineyards of the Abruzzo offer a variety of terroirs, caressed by sea breezes and mountain currents, providing ideal temperature ranges for healthy vine growth.

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Colavita Wines

Colavita Wines

Colavita are masters of producing the finest quality extra virgin olive oil and vinegars, certified organic products and marinated vegetables and now this exceptional quality that you experience from Colavita is not limited to just food but to a range of  Premium Quality Italian wines.

Introducing Colavita Wines where the Colavita family have taken the same family traditions of excellence, agricultural heritage and passion and have put their name to Italy’s most prominent wines from the most prominent wine producing regions of Italy namely Verdicchio, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir and Valpolicella .

“Vita” is Italian for Life and Colavita represents a life lived well in celebration of good food and wine all in the company of great family & friends. The Colavita Wine collection is a testament to this belief. Enjoy in moderation and live a “Colavita” life.

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Costa di Bussia Wines

Costa di Bussia Wines

Luigi Arnulfo has been one of the first managers of Alba in the oenological field. In 1874 he bought the Bertoroni farmhouse, in the Costa di Bussia region, in Monforte d’Alba district. This estate included already the famous fields of “Campo dei Buoi” and “Campo del gatto”. Today they are precious cru, the heart of the Costa di Bussia concern: 15 hectares of vineyards that offer particular and complex wines.

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Donna Laura Wines

Donna Laura Wines

Donna Laura wines are produced from first-class Sangiovese grapes grown in the Castelnuovo Berardenga region of Chianti Classico.  No wine better accompanies Italian meats, cheeses, pastas and pizzas than a Sangiovese - it’s a natural pairing that is as historic as wine itself.

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Il Bosseto Wines

Il Bosseto Wines

The Bera family are specialist of Moscato d’Asti. Il Bosseto Moscato d’Asti D.O.C.G is a sparkling white wine produced by Bera, in the Province of Asti, Piemonte, Italy. Moscato d’Asti is an elegant sweet wine made from the Moscato Bianco grape variety and has a fresh and grapey flavour with a touch of spritz on the palate.

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