Italy is the biggest producer of wine in the world. Italian red wine is famous the world over. Sangiovese, Chianti, Montepulciano, Nero d'Avolo, Negroamaro, Pinot Grigio are just a few of the Italian wines which are exported around the world. Use our refining search menu (?) on the left to drill down to the exact variety, origin and price of wine you are looking for. Return to wine shop
Elegant & full flavoured, this deep ruby red wine offers perfumes of fresh red fruits and a delicate spiciness. A product of the warm Sicilian soils, this wine brings together the uniqueness of the native Nero d'Avola grape and the refined elagance of Syrah.
A brilliant foil / alternative to Prossecco with added bubbles and liveliness . This great little bubbly hails from the North east of Italy and puts to shame many of the local sparkling Pinot Gris that have originated in the last couple of years..From the ethos of "what do we do with our overcropped and unwanted ' Pinot gris grapes ! This is clean as a whistle and trully refreshing . Well worth a try .
"Bubbly fans should beat a path to atleast half a case of this great value sparkling wine from Italy" Joelle Thomson.
"The nose on this appealing wine is gently fragrant displaying citrus, floral and a touch of
nutty characters. It's refreshing and softly textured on the palate with crisp acidity and a lingering juicy finish" Sam Kim
A beautiful Chianti from some of the choicest Tuscan wine estates. Being a Reserva means that not only is it of the best quality, it also comes to you with all the complexities of fine bottle-aged wine. Remove the cork and you will smell a savoury red that at first may be a little wild, but given a little time, the wine displays a rich savoury characteristic balanced with flavours of sweet tobacco and perfect fine grained tannins. This superb wine is classically Italian and ready to enjoy now without any of the up-front varietal fruitiness of new world reds.