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  1. Le Miccine. Chianti Classico Riserva 2013

    What the 2011 may lack in absolute freshness it gains in complexity. An element of dried figs runs through the raspberry and black cherry fruit, secondary flavours of porcini and truffle just showing through. Well worth putting to one side for a year or ten.


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  2. Broilo. Schioppettino 2012

    Raspberry and black pepper, earthy mushroom and grilled peppers, mineral and complex.  Seriously great full-bodied red that is fabulous now and will continue to develop to 2018-2020.


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  3. Brovia. Barolo 'Villero' 2005

    Full bodied, balanced and velvety, with a huge structure and a very long finish.


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    £50.00
  4. Brovia. Barolo 'Garblet Sue' 2005

    Brovia Barolo Garblet Sue
    Barolo DOCG


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    £46.00
  5. Brovia. Barolo 'Villero' 2004

    A classic powerful and full-bodied wine from a historical vineyard of Castiglione Falletto. The colour is intense ruby red with a light presence of orange reflections. The smell is elegant, intense, pleasant , balanced and with a hint of withered roses, plums, minerals, tobacco, liquorice, smoke and leather. The taste is full bodied, balanced and velvety, with a huge structure and a very long finish


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  6. Brovia. Barolo 'Ca' Mia' 2005

    Dark plums, prunes, cherries, smoke, leather, menthol and liquorice emerge from this masculine Barolo.


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    £50.00
  7. Colli di Serrapetrona. Robbione 2007

    Its’ dark amarone-like body is packed with black damson, sloe and loganberry fruit, tar, licorice and grilled herbs, all of which come together in an intense red of considerable character. Bloody hell, that’s good.


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    £27.00
  8. COS. Cerasuolo di Vittoria Classico 2011

    A style of wine I love, yet find tortuous to duplicate into words, probably because of the subtle weave of flavours from hedgerow berry to rosehip and earl grey tea, baked clay and wild herb. No run of the mill, dull as ditchwater 'blockbuster Nero d'Avola' something altogether more enjoyable.


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    £20.00
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  10. Ferdinando Principiano. Barolo Serralunga 2011

    Good concentration with balancing freshness, typical clear blueberry to damson fruit, fine ripe tannins and more minerality than recent vintages. 


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