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Marion Teroldego 2012

Rarer than hen's teeth is probably the best description. “Exceptionally rare Teroldego from Veneto…Standout imports include extraordinary Red Teroldego from Marion" - Max Allen, Gourmet Traveller Wine, June 2013. 

Marion produce tiny amounts and sell out every year after release however the importer put some away on reserve for us lucky few. Elizabeth Foradori is the ‘Godmother’ of the variety and Marion have grafted from her original vines back in 1994 from Trentino. It’s similar to a Zinfandel but with the Italian flair for acid, making it a superb food wine.

Marion Valpolicella Superiore 2013
Marion's winemaker has spent 15 vintages as Quintarelli's winemaker and now consults for Dal Forno as well. Superb pedigree of skill. This Superiore isnt your usual 'higher ABV' or 'Ripassa' style. Marion actually use 30% dried grapes in this cuvee, giving the wine some serious complexity. Chocolate with cherries, velvetly mouthfeel then a lovely spring of acid.
Masi  Amarone 1988
Direct from the family's private cellars - Aged Amarone in all it's glory - from a Stella Vintage!
Mesa Buio Buio Reserva IGT Carignano del Sulcis 2013

'Blueberry Pie' comes to mind!!

Wow, intense red and blue fruits jump from the glass. A luscious, rich, dense wine with lovley structure and acid to pull through. Long finish.

Michele Chiarlo, Nivole Moscato 2015 (Half Bottle-375ML)
A fragrant bouquet with marked notes of fresh fruit (peach and apricot), typical are the hints of clary and meringue. On entering the mouth it is smooth and delicate, the finish is characterised by fresh and lively notes that make it inviting and never nauseating.
Nino Negri, Sassella 'Le Tense' ( Valtellina) 2013

Nebbiolo grape : These vines are planted in some of the best crus in the Sassella subzone: Minè, Chiesa Sassella, Grigioni-Cà Binaca. The vines are trained with the arched variant of the Guyot system (3500 vines/hectare), on poor, stony, shallow soil, tending towards dryness, at a height of 400-450 metres. 6 tonnes of grapes were produced per hectare. A full flavour, smooth but well sustained, very tasty with great elegance and harmony. Pleasant undertones of prunes and persistent spices. 

Nunzi Conti Chianti Classico 2012

A Blend of 83% Sangiovese, 7% Merlot, 5% Canaiolo and 5% Colorino.

Ruby red colour with purple hues. Features intense aromas of raspberries, ripe cherry, red flowers and spicy notes of licorice. This has fantastic freshness. 
Occhipinti, SP68 Frappato & Nero d'Avola 2013
Frappato is a local Sicilian red grape variety that always seems to yield wines loaded with fresh raspberry aromatics. Arianna’s Frappato is already legendary — and that status is very well deserved. The SP68 is a blend of Frappato and Nero di Avola. The SP68 name comes from a highway near Arianna’s home town of Vittoria.Arianna Occhipinti is from the Vittoria region of Southern Sicily. She has been making wine for ten years under the tutelage of her uncle, Giusto Occhipinti, who owns the well-known winery COS. She produces first rate wines from biodynamically grown local varieties such as Nero d’Avola and Frappato. In her mid-20s, Arianna already seems to know exactly what she wants to do with her life. She is the sort of driven young winemaker who is bound to be become an important figure in Sicilian wine.
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