Region

Piedmont

History, scenery, culture, food, and, of course, wine…Piedmont/Piemonte has it all. Although home to one of Italy’s best whites, Gavi di Gavi, it is the lesser known Arneis that is drunk by the Piemontese. And for red, they glug Dolcetto and Barbera, leaving the great bottles of Barolo and Barbaresco (made from the Nebbiolo grape) to be aged for 6-10 years before the corks get pulled. Exciting times, here, as a new generation of winemakers now strive for the finest quality possible.

Gavi di Gavi, Deltetto, 2019
Dry, citrus flavour and tingly acidity, a higly refreshing drop for warm summer days.
£11.60
£13.95
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Crisp & Clean
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Dolcetto d’Alba, Sorì Rocca, Tenuta Rocca, 2019
Warm and smooth, the "little sweet one" (meaning of Dolcetto in Piedmontese) is the perfect Piedmont's everyday drinker.
£12.50
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Fruity & Uplifting
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Roero Arneis, Deltetto, 2019
Perfect as aperitivo, but at the same time very versatile. The perfect wine for any day!
£13.50
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Floral & Aromatic
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Langhe, Chardonnay, Tenuta Rocca, 2019
Very intense, persistent, fresh, with notes of banana and pineapple, toasted hazelnut and butter.
£14.00
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Fruity & Balanced
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Barbera d’Alba, Il Ciotto, Bovio, 2019
A distinctive Barbera, coming, as it does, from the single plot of Il Ciotto, rather than being a ‘house’ blend.
£14.50
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Fruity & Balanced
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Nebbiolo d’Alba, I Leoni, Deltetto, 2018
Demonstrates why Nebbiolo can work superbly well as an everyday bottle of red.
£14.95
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Light & Perfumed
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Barbera d’Alba, Tenuta Rocca, 2019
Rich but light bodied and approachable, unsurprisingly the favourite wine of people in Piedmont!
£16.50
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Fruity & Uplifting
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Barbera d’Asti, La Tota, Marchesi Alfieri, 2018
There cannot be many better examples as to how Barbera can be every bit as significant as Nebbiolo.
£18.95
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Fruity & Balanced
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Langhe Nebbiolo, Spetacol, Renato Fenocchio, 2017
Despite the apparent ‘downgrade’, this is anything but, it would fully deserve to be called Barbaresco under any other name.
£22.00
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Fruity & Uplifting
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Barolo, DOCG, Tenuta Rocca, 2016
We have yet to find an estate-bottled Barolo that is so well-priced.
£28.00
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Classic & Savory
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Costa Quaglia, Terre Alfieri, Marchesi Alfieri, 2016
A stunning wine, reviewed 18.5/20 by Matthew Jukes, wine journalist.
£28.00
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Fruity & Balanced
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Barolo, Rocchettevino, Bovio, 2015
Textbook definition of the Nebbiolo grape, fresh rose-hip nose, high-toned black cherry fruit.
£37.50
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Classic & Savory
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Barbera d’Asti, La Tota, Marchesi Alfieri, 2018 Magnum
There cannot be many better examples as to how Barbera can be every bit as significant as Nebbiolo.
£42.00
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Fruity & Balanced
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Barbaresco, Starderi, Renato Fenocchio, 2015
This is as good as anything from the area, a match for any of the more famous names, such as Gaja and Giacosa.
£44.00
Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Style
Classic & Savory
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