Just in time of the holidays! A great gift for the wine enthusiast in your life, or treat yourself to a lovely selection of premium Italian wines to savour this holiday season!
We have selected these wines especially with holiday meals in mind, whether you are ordering our Holiday Dinner for Two or preparing something special of your own!
Casalotta Spumante - (Veneto, Sparkling) - As light and refreshing as a snowflake on your tongue - a gently sparkling wine with delicate apple and citrus fruit flavours. Perfect for any combination of Antipasti and a celebratory toast at the end of a meal.
Principato Pinot Grigio (Veneto, White) - Principato, meaning “Princely Realm” is named for northeast Italy’s Tre Venezie. This medium bodied wine is stylish, elegant and versatile. It's perfect for any occasion but really comes into its own with dishes like our Brodo di Pollo con Tortellini and Orata al Sale, or any other light seafood dish or salad. Crisp, light with alluring citric fruit flavours.
Tenuta Garetto is located in a very well-known and recognized spot for Barbera. It is located in the heart of the new Nizza DOCG appellation. It is a lithe and precise wine with flavours of amarena cherries and strawberries with savory undertones. It pairs well with anything in a tomato sauce, pulpo and grilled seafood.
Planeta La Segreta Nero D’Avola (Sicily, Italy) - Aromas of ripe plum, cocoa, wild fruit and flawless spiciness. Nero D’Avola has the perfect balance of savouriness and ripe fruit to pair with salty and sweet food combinations.
Terre Natuzzi Chianti (Sangiovese, Tuscany) - A modern, dynamic winery with strong family traditions. Dark, expressive and beautifully layered. Super-ripe black cherry, plum, new leather, licorice and wild herbs develop as this brooding wine shows off its personality.
Petra Hebo (Suvereto) - Caberent Sauvignon, Merlot, and Sangiovese blend. A winery that has been directed by women for more than 200 years! This wine bursts from the glass with cassis, blackberry jam, grilled herbs, tobacco and smoke. There is plenty of intensity and pure power in the glass.