Two stunning examples of Italy’s best loved wines.
- D. Vajra Langhe Nebbiolo The grape used to make Barolo and Barbaresco, this example of Nebbiolo produces an approachable wine with great balance. Lots of blackberry, black cherry and plum flavours. Notes of leather, tar and earthy spice.
- Carleone Chianti Classico Bright fruit, great acidity, and a complex depth of baked plums and spice. A great friend to almost any meal that features salumi, pasta or a slow-cooked joint of meat.