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Piedmont

Piedmont is home to many of Italy's most sought after wines and has one of the countries most developed wine making cultures. Reds made from Nebbiolo and Barbera as well as whites from Cortese and Muscat allow Piedmonte to claim top spot in Italian wine making with the possible exception of Tuscany.

Piedmont is home to many of Italy's most sought after wines and has one of the countries most developed wine making cultures. Reds made from Nebbiolo and Barbera as well as whites from Cortese and Muscat allow Piedmonte to claim top spot in Italian wine making with the possible exception of Tuscany.

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Key Grapes

Nebbiolo

Nebiollo is Piedmont and arguably Italy's nobelest grape variety and is only made in commercially significant quantities in the world famous Barolo and Barberesco areas. These wines tend to be robust, complex, and highly balanced, opaque in colour and improve wonderfully when bottle aged. Lengthy decanting is also advised.

Barbera 

The workhorse red variety of the region in Barbera which is planted widely around the towns of Asti and Alba. These wines are robust and warming and have improved greatly since the 1980's when they were known for being palatable but overly acidic. Modern wine making techniques and aging in new oak barrels has seen quality improve significantly.

Cortese

The most significant still white wine made in Piedmont is Gavi. This is made from the Cortese grape and usually results in a firm structure, racy acidity, green fruit flavours, and an aromatic minerality.

Moscato

Piedmont also produces a world famous sparkling wine known as Moscato D'Asti. this tends to be off dry, low in alcohol, lightly fizzy and show aromas of lychee and elderflower. A perfect apperetif. 

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  1. Rosa Regale Brachetto, Banfi, Piedmont, 2017

    Rosa Regale Brachetto, Banfi, Piedmont, 2017 75cl

    Red fruits such as cranberry and raspberry on the nose. The palate is soft with the light mousse creating a refreshing mouth feel.

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  2. Gavi, del Commune Manfredi, 2015

    Gavi, del Commune Manfredi, 2017 75cl

    A very well balanced wine that has plenty of peach fruit favour that combines elegantly with a dry finish to bring great balance.

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  3. Amanti del Vino Pinot Grigio

    Pinot Grigio, Amanti del Vino, 2017 75cl

    Pinot Grigio from Northern Italy is one of the most popular styles of dry white wine on the market! With its floral character, this wine is crisp, refreshing and unoaked, making it perfect for drinking before or during any meal.

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  4. Barolo, Manfredi, 2013

    Barolo, Manfredi, 2013 75cl

    A classic Italian red. A deep, intense and concentrated wine with a fine scented bouquet.

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  5. Amori Rose Pinot Grigio

    Amori Rose Pinot Grigio, 2017 75cl

    This refreshing Italian classic offers soft summer berries and a hint of tropical fruit on the nose with citrus notes joining on the palate and finish. 

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  6. Pinot Grigio Rosé, Amanti del Vino

    Pinot Grigio Rosé, Amanti del Vino, 2017 75cl

    Lively and refreshing with a nose of red summer berries and a slight florality.

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