FEUDI DI SAN MARZANO SALICE SALENTINO (PUGLIA)
This deep ruby-red wine is a blend of malvasia nera and negroamaro. Perfect with salami, cheeses and red meat.
VILLA PUCCINI TOSCANA (TOSCANA)
Made from 90% sangiovese and 10% merlot, this medium-bodied wine has vanilla and cherry aromas. A delicious table wine to complement pasta dishes.
GAVIOLI PRIMITIVO DEL SALENTO (PUGLIA)
An excellent, inexpensive wine to go with pizza or pasta. You don’t have to mull over this wine, just drink it.
DE BORTOLI ROCOCO ROSÉ (YARRA VALLEY, VIC)
A blend of chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meuniere. A soft, light sparkling and truly scrumptious wine.
CESARI SOAVE ESSERE (VENETO)
Made from garganega and trebbiano, it has a pale straw colour and is typiﬁed by a pleasant bouquet of ripe fruits and hawthorn. The palate is dry and delicate.
IL COLLE PINOT GRIGIO (VENETO)
From the Piave area, this straw-coloured wine has a subtle and characteristic nose. It complements poached, fried or grilled ﬁsh.
MARCHISIO ROERO ARNEIS (PIEMONTE)
This is a typical good quality roero arneis with a delicate fresh and grassy aroma. The ﬁnish is pleasantly bitter, ending clean.
PRATELLO LIETI CONVERSARI BENACO BRESCIANO (LOMBARDIA)
Crystal clear with a golden yellow tone, this wine has aromas of honey and wild rose. A full-bodied, full-taste wine.
MARCO BONFANTE ROERO ARNEIS (PIEMONTE)
Pale yellow with green reﬂections, very dry with a touch of lime and herbaceous ﬂavours.
VIGNA DEL SOLE PROSECCO (VENETO)
From Conegliano, this wine has a pronounced yeastiness on the nose along with pear and melon notes, and lovely acidity in the ﬁnish.
IL COLLE PROSECCO 46º PARALLELO (VENETO)
This pale, straw yellow spumante (sparkling) has aromas of apples and pears. The palate has a medium level of sweetness while being well-balanced, smooth and harmonious.
MARCO BONFANTE MOSCATO D’ASTI (PIEMONTE)
A light, dessert wine that complements almost every type of sweet, from panettone to cream-ﬁlled cakes. Exceptional as an aperitivo, it’s a thirst-quenching drink for the warmer months.
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