Italy continually produces some of the best loved wines in the world and we aim to reflect the breadth of choice available in all types of Italian wine, both white and red.
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Virna Borgogno, Barolo DOCG, Sottocastello, Piemonte, Italy, 2007£25.50/bottle Add to basket
Vite Colte, Barolo DOCG Essenze Riserva, Piedmont, Italy, 2010. Magnum & Wooden Box£83.49/bottle Add to basket
Some of our favourite types of Italian Wine
Undisputed by many as the finest of Italian red wines, Barolo is made with nebbiolo grapes to give it a full body and a fine perfume.
Gavi de Gavi
Gavi de Gavi is a famous Italian white wine from the vineyard area surrounding the city of Gavi. It is distinguishable by its crisp aromatic quality and floral notes. Gavi de Gavi is best enjoyed young.
This fine Tuscan red wine is named after a small medieval hill town from its area of origin. One of the finest types of Italian red wine in our selection, Brunello has a complex taste and an excellent capacity for ageing.
This dry white is both delicate and aromatic. A fine Italian white wine.
With a sweet cherry and almond flavour and a dry finish, Chianti Docg from the famous Chianti region will not disappoint.
A delicious ruby red wine with a soft tannin, these Italian red wines are widely popular.
Always a crowd pleaser, Pinot Grigio is one of the most popular dry white wines in the UK. It is produced in Northern Italy and is distinctive for its punchy flavours and refreshing taste.
Amarone is a red wine made from grapes that have been allowed to age over the winter to create a rich, dry feel.
We couldn’t not mention this popular sparking wine. For any occasion, Prosecco is sure to always be a hit. Refreshingly light and full of citrus, apple and pear flavours, this is a fantastic fizz!