Tiberi - 'L Bianco, 2019
Perfect to drink right away! It is a light, drinkable and a very representative Umbrian white wine. You can taste the salt sensations and the freshness that come from the promixity of the sea. Definitly the best choice for those warm days.
Conestabile della Staffa - Mosso Sparkling, NV
It is an elegant complexity and surprising depth of flavour. As a natural winemaker he has to sacrifice a lot of control anyway, with no conventional wine tricks, additives, dyes or flavourings to reach for if things don’t go to plan
Podere Sassi - Coraggio, 2019
‘Corragio’ means ‘courage’ and this wine speaks of the will of Leonardo and his family to take the plunge into making natural wines that are free from flavour-fixing additives, preservatives and synthetic chemicals. Podere Sassi is a beautiful little spot on the border with Umbria, they only produce 15,000 bottles in total of their four handmade wines that are as natural as natural can be.
Conestabile della Staffa - Grecorange, 2020
So natural, beautiful, fun, exotic yet traditional. It is perfect for hot summer days! This wine is made in the most natural way with the native grape Grechetto without technology. Conestabile della Staffa is a truly inspirational history of one of the best winemarkers for Natural wine.
Colle Formica - Formica Pazza Rosé, 2019
This is joyous, full of sour cherry fruit and racy acid. A bit creamy, very moreish. This 100% Sangiovese with refermentation in bottle and minimal sulfites, wine decanting and bottling are done in accordance with the moon.
Sassara - Chiaretto Ciaro, 2020
Light, bright, elegant, with notes of pomegranate, grapefruit, tangerine and wet stone.This supremely crisp, refreshing and well-balanced rosato which we think is the taste of Spring and the colour of Summer.
Barbera d'Asti DOCG, Cantina del Pino, 2017
Juicy, fresh and full of black cherries and dark chocolate that are a hallmark of the Barbaresco grape. Perfect on it's own or with food. From one of the historic properties of Barbaresco.
Motta del Lupo, Paolo Petrilli, 2019
Paolo Petrilli is famous for his tomatoes, regarded as some of the best in Italy, but he's clearly a dab hand at making wine too. From Puglia this is a blend based on the local Nero di Troia grape that offers up lots of cherry fruit, wild herbs and dried floral notes.
Caespes Colli Tortonesi, Poggio, 2018
Caespes is a Latin word that refers to the soil or, more broadly, the land in which these vines are planted. While other producers age Timorasso in wood, Ezio only uses stainless steel to preserve the fruit purity. Grapes are gently pressed and fermented in stainless steel tanks. This is an explosive wine with the right balance between fruit and minerality. The Timorasso is the hidden gem of Northern Italy, an exquisite grape for an elegant palate.
Sorelle Bronca Modi, Prosecco, NV
Estate-bottled Prosecco that is vivacious and elegant with a very fine, lively perlage. Fresh, dry and fragrant with an intense nose. It's delicious on a hot summer evening as the perfect aperitif.
Casa Raia Bevilo, 2013
Casa Raia is located near the medieval town of Montalcino. The nine hectare estate produces only natural wines and the goal is to maintain the biodiversity and natural balance of the vines. This is a full-bodied, well-balanced wine with soft tannins and a long, rich finish for memorable moments.
De Bartoli Pietra Nera, 2014
This white wine is perfect on its own or with creamy dishes of fish or chicken. It has a vibrant nose with a pronounced aroma reminiscent of the Muscat grape. Medium bodied with refreshing acidity, the perfect match for warm days.