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Piedmont Mixed Case

£125.00 £139.25

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Discover one of Italy's most iconic regions- Piedmont. In order for you to discover the wider intricates of the region one sip at a time we have put together a mixed case with great bottles from some of the best growers the region has to offer. From Arneis to Nebbiolo this is the ultimate Piedmont selection.

This case contains one bottle of each of the wines listed below.

Medium-bodied and silky with plenty of juicy peach and pear fruit alongside stony minerality. Perfect summer drinking... or for when you want to be reminded of summer! Outstanding with any fish-based dish, and with hot and cold hors-d'oeuvres.

The light hay colouring is loaded with greenish reflections. The fragrance is soft and complex, especially inviting with aromas hinting broom, camomile and fresh fruit. The flavour is pleasantly tangy, full and very persistent.

A fantastic alternative to Barolo that does much less damage to your wallet! This Piedmontese red is 100% Nebbiolo and delivers the deep, delicious red fruit notes you expect from the grape variety as well as hints of liquorice and tobacco. Gathering a real following in our shops and perfect with roast beef or game.

Juicy red cherry and strawberry fruit, fragrant violet, liquorice and a hint of almond on the finish, it is fresh, smooth and perfectly balanced.

Colour is intense ruby red with violet and purple sparks. Nose rich and deep, with red ripe fruits such as blackberries, plums and cherries and red fruits jams; then spices and tobacco are reaching the surface creating a smooth balance within balsamic and fruity notes. Palate full bodied and well structured, supported by a good acidity which creates a smooth and velvet balance.

Sweetly-scented fruit with a bold, spicy and savoury side too. The flavours are fresh and fruity, notes of small, black and red berry with a hint of liquorice. A compelling and generous blend that offers surprising complexity for a "regular" Barolo.

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