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  1. Ferdinando Principiano. Barolo Serralunga 2010

    Fresh open sapid fruit with elements of mint and balsamic, a lovely freshness, clarity and delicacy - the tannins are fine and silky, a delicious and approachable Barolo that will develop over many years.


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  2. Righetti. Valpolicella Ripasso 'Campolieti' 2012

    Coffee, chocolate and ripe fruit on the nose, there is more than hint of Amarone in the background. This is a full and forward wine that is delicious when young and always has the structure to improve for years.


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  3. Paolo Petrilli. Nero di Troia 'Il Guerro' 2010

    Pure, deep damson fruit, enveloping tannins with engaging spice, blueberry and floral nuances.  Majestic and powerful wine with the capacity to age for many years, one of the great full-bodied Puglian red wines.


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  4. Conte Emo. La Montecchia 'Forzate Antica Maniera' 2001 Magnum

    An Epic! Drying tannins underlying porcini and truffle and fading forest fruit, a wine which has been allowed to express the vine, no attempt has been made to appease modern tastes.


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    £33.00
  5. Emilio Bulfon. Pecol Ros 'la Santissima' 2014

    Strawberry and damson fruit, real mouth cleaning Victoria plum and cassis with lovely balance, a nice minerality and crunchy on the finish.  A special wine that will develop for a few years yet.


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  6. Mauro Franchino. Gattinara 2011

    Grippy tannin, wonderfully deep fruit with superb minerality, salt and iron, leather, cedar, spice and dried flowers.  An unmissable wine from another time.


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  7. Villa Giada. Barbera D'Asti 'Suri' 2014

    All bramble and raspberry, joyous and vibrant, it is remarkably flexible in that the full forest fruit is the perfect partner to linguine and wild boar ragù, alternatively it can be chilled (there is very little tannin) and works well with spiced seafood.


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  8. Paolo Petrilli. Sangiovese 2010

    There is a fair amount of Sangiovese in Puglia, finding a pure Sangiovese is extremely rare, finding one of this quality does not happen, it is too hot.  This has the hallmarks of a Montalcino, muscular fruit, supple, woven tannins and fine floral nuance mingle with spice and herb.  A great wine.


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  9. Frentana. Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Riserva 'Rubesto' 2010

    Damson and sloe, deeply flavoured full wine with elements of mocha, balsamic, pepper, even slightly floral.


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  10. Ascheri. Montalupa Syrah 2004

    Brambly spiced fruit and firm tannins.  Good concentration a very fine wine.


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    £24.00

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