White Wine

Pinot Grigio Vetriano, IGT Pavia 2006

Wine drinkers around the world just can’t seem to get enough of Pinot Grigio, it’s soft and fruity, easy-drinking style make it a great all-rounder with a variety of dishes.


Chardonnay del Veneto Alpha Zeta 2005/6

A fresh approach to Chardonnay made by anew Zealand winemaker based in the vineyards around the lakes of northern Italy. Fresh, soft, tropical flavours with a purity not over-burdened with oak.


Gavi Ca’Solare 2006

Refreshing citrus tones with hints of lemon and grapefruit are balanced by a rounded palate and elegant clean finish I deal with seafood, fish and white meats.


Soave Classico, Ca’Visco 2005/6

One of the finest dry whites to come out of Italy, this beautiful example is a special selection of the finest grapes to create a sublimely balanced, delicate dry white with a lovely aroma of fresh peonies.


Red Wine

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Taverna Nova 2004

The rugged coastline of the Abruzzi region provides us with this vibrant, juicy red made from the local Montepulciano grape. Like all Italian reds it cries out for food and matches well with red meats and rich pasta sauces.


Chianti Cantine di Montalcino 2005

A modern approach to an Italian classic, this well-balanced red has a lovely cherry fruit character well-balanced by rounded tannins.


Amarone Classico, Giuseppe Lonardi 2001

A huge wine full of bitter-cherry and dark chocolate flavours, made by drying Valpolicella grapes to concentrate their flavours before fermentation. A wine as robust as this needs food to match.


Brunello di Montalcino, Tenuta Vitanza, 1999/2000

Rosalba Vitanza gave up her career as a Philosophy lecturer to indulge her passion and plan to make great wine and in the space of just a decade her wines receive the highest award that the Italianwine industry can bestow. This magnificent, brooding red is complex, well balanced, and has great length of flavour.