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Our Italian own label trio have been exclusively produced for us by some of the country’s finest wine estates. Championing indigenous Italian varieties and traditional styles, all 3 wines are excellent examples of inimitable regionality and meticulous wine making. Whilst our premium Prosecco offers a highly stylish and dangerously drinkable alternative to Champagne, the Fiano makes a great alternative to Pinot Grigio, and offers infinitely more melon, peach and floral flavoured complexity then most of it’s similarly priced counterparts. On the red front, the stunning Barbera - produced for us by one of Piedmont’s most revered names, Marchesi di Gresi - arguably steals the show, delivering an exciting and captivating assortment of cherry, clove and rose petal flavour set on a silky palate of impeccable balance. With an aperitif, starter and main dish wine all represented, this mixed case is guaranteed to transcend any dinner party or special occasion; more so if it is Italian type fare.
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