Gavi di Gavi “La Meirana” £30.50
Pure and elegant, delicate and zingily crisp with pears, camomile, Granny Fox apples & anise mixing happily with soft almonds, floral aromas a touch of spice and honey.
Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico DOC, Andrea Ceci £23.50
From the best (Classico) sub-zone within the Castelli di Jesi area; low yields and late harvesting of the grapes give great richness to this classic wine; quite full, with aromas of apricot, grapefruit and peach, this has a crisp and elegant flavour with honey and rosemary lingering in the tail.
Pinot Grigio, La Tunella, Colli Orientali del Friuli £22.95
A Pinot Grigio with depth, elegance and a real freshness from this forward thinking, ‘boutique’ winery in one of Italy’s classic regions. An intense, fresh bouquet of acacia blossom and ripe tropical fruit with a mouthfilling brioche/citrus palate.
Half bottle £15.00
Rosso Conero “San Lorenzo”, Umani Ronchi £24.00
Very elegant, with aromas of cherries and strawberries; dry, rich in flavour and well-balanced with undertones of prunes and a long finish.
Valpolicella Superiore, Terre di Cariano £24.45
Bursting with dark cherries, spice and wild herbs, with crunchy dark fruits and lush textures. A truly delicious Venetian wine
Amarone “Costasera”, Masi £61.50
Big and powerful, Masi have made this wine for 50 years. Clean and intense aromas, with the notes of cherries-in-alcohol and prunes; then come berry fruit and leather notes. The flavour is very intense for its alcohol and structure, aromas of cooked cherries, cinnamon and vanilla. It has an impressively long finish of chocolate, leather, almond and spice.