Piedmont

North-west Italy, known mainly for its excellent reds, made from varieties such as Nebbiolo and Barbera. Also the home of Gavi, the fresh white from the Cortese grape. A large wine producing area of high quality.

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Barbera
Cortese
Moscato
Nebbiolo

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Champagne & Sparkling
Dry, Crisper Whites
Full Bodied Reds

Barbera d'Alba Conca del Grillo 2010, Bolmida

Barbera d'Alba Conca del Grillo 2010, Bolmida

A complex wine to rival a good Barolo, that balances juicy fresh fruits with savoury flavours and a touch of wood on the nose.

£18.49

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Barolo Bussia 2009, Silvano Bolmida

Barolo Bussia 2009, Silvano Bolmida

Classic, rich, velvety, highly approachable and drinking well now, this Barolo is a very

£34.99

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Moscato d'Asti NV

Moscato d'Asti NV

Light, refreshing, lemony citrus. Super low alcohol option at 5.5%. Jancis Robinson MW says

£7.99

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Nebbiolo Langhe 2007, Azelia

Nebbiolo Langhe 2007, Azelia

Fruity and characterful, this is a great alternative to a good Barolo,at a lower price.

£18.49

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Tacchino 2014 Gavi di Gavi

Tacchino 2014 Gavi di Gavi

This excellent Gavi di Gavi is a fresh, vibrant wine made from 100% Cortese grapes, full of citrus fruit and tropical notes with crisp acidity, excellent minerality and a lingering finish.

£12.99

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Tacchino Barbera del Monferrato 2012

Tacchino Barbera del Monferrato 2012

This Barbera del Monferrato, produced by the third generation of the Tacchino family to make wine in Monferrato, has deep, velvety, red fruit flavours, with spicy notes.

£12.49

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