Veneto

The Veneto

 

The drivers of Venetian wine have long been Soave and Valpolicella, more recently they have been joined by Prosecco and Pinot Grigio.  There is an emerging confidence, largely founded on the world-class wines of Amarone and Soave.

There are many terroir of real significance in the Veneto and pockets of winemakers who are worth seeking out; Zonta (Due Santi) in Bassano del Grappa (Breganze DOC) are fantastic, the Raboso and Sauvignon of the Piave is unique, the Tai rosso from Piovene Porto Godi in Colli Berici is particularly good and the Muscat passito (Fior d’Arancio) and spumante from the Colli Euganei is irresistible. 

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  1. Vicentini. Soave 'Terrelunghe' 2015

    Ripe apricot and almond aromas, it was a hotter than average vintage and the fruit is subsequently fuller with roast chestnut and almond flavours woven through fresh lemon and pink grapefruit.


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  2. Conte Emo. La Montecchia 'Fior D'Arancio' Spumante 2015

    A wine that never fails to amuse, joyous orange blossom with feisty, fresh grape flavours and just a touch of subtle lemon and grapefruit.


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  3. Col Sandago. Prosecco Passito (50cl)

    L183 Honeyed, marmalade, supple fresh, delicate and fine.


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  4. Recchia. Le Vigne Bianche Passito 2013

    Delicuously sweet without being cloying


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  5. Vicentini. Recioto di Soave 2013

    Honey, herb and almond, luscious deep fruit, velvety texture with a divine purity and lifting grapefruit character. 


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  6. Col Sandago. Dagoberthus 2007 (37.5cl)

    Case Bianche's Col Sandago Dagoberthus is a luscious sweet red wine, honeyed and hints of mushrooms, prunes, cinnamon and nutmeg.


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    £25.00
  7. Angiolino Maule. Recioto di Gambellara

    Angiolino Maule Recioto di Gambellara
    Recioto di Gambellara DOCG


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    £30.00

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