A collection of six red wines.
Italy has long been looked to as one of the best red wine making countries in the world. In this case we show you exactly why. A string of excellent vintages in recent years means that Barolo, Barbaresco, and Brunello have never tasted so good and we have paired these with three other iconic wines to keep you excited and intrigued. Hey you could even hold onto these for a few years, but we think they’re drinking pretty well right now…
2015 Brunello di Montalcino, Caparzo - Tuscany
The 2015 vintage produced some of the best Brunello in recent decades.
2016 Barbaresco, Produttori del Barbaresco - Piedmont
Considered one of the greatest value, quality, Italian wines, a benchmark Nebbiolo.
2015 Barolo Cannubi, Francesco Rinaldi - Piedmont
From the most famous single vineyard, a classic Barolo of great depth.
2016 Chianti Classico Gran Selezione 'Don Tommaso', Le Corti - Tuscany
The stony soils just south of Florence produce spicy, long lived Sangiovese based wines. This has body and elegance.
2016 Amarone Classico La Marega, Le Salette - Veneto
Super rich with black cherries and Christmas spices, yet clean and refined.
2014 Etna Rosso 'Serra della Contessa', Benanti - Sicily
A beautifully elegant Siciliam red from Mount Etna, high altitude, 100 year old vines.