Italy has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to wine so we’ve decided to put together a small selection of wines which represents the diversity of grape varieties and wine styles on offer.
The case consists of 2 bottles each of the following:
Dolcetto Monferrato, Cantine Povero, Piedmont (North west)
Sangiovese di Toscana, Caparzo, Tuscany (Central)
Primitivo di Manduria, Mottura, Puglia (South)
Sensale Organic Grillo, Cantine Europa, Sicily (Islands)
Soave Mito, Monte Tondo, Veneto (North east)
Gavi di Gavi Bric Sassi, Roberto Sarotto, Piedmont (North west)
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