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- Paolo is the King of Prosecco and even though our Italian is rusty, we know what "Superiore" means!
- Paolo used designated grapes from his own vineyards in Valdobbiadene to make you a DOCG Prosecco... the Rolls Royce of Italian sparkling!
- Yours is a fruity and zippy white, full of fresh and fine flavors like green apple, pear and delicate flower blossoms. Perfect for celebrating something special (like 5 o'clock).
- Pro Tip: This Prosecco is fruity and lightly sweet. Looking for something a bit more crisp? Opt for his Prosecco Brut.
- This is the kind of Prosecco you'll find Paolo sipping on, any day of the week.
- Creamier than Cava, with a less brutal fizz than Champagne, this tongue-tingling treasure is the kind of sparkling that rarely leaves Italy. But you can get your hands on it thanks to our special relationship with Signor Sacchetto.
- Bubbles this tasty don't even require a special occasion. Stick this in the fridge and pop a bottle just because the sun is shining...
- Pro Tip: This Prosecco is dry and crisp. Looking for a little bit more sweetness? Opt for his Col De L'Utia Prosecco Superiore.
- You may not have heard of the Pecorino grape before - because the Italians tend to hog it all to themselves!
- Luckily our Christian's a very well-connected winemaker. He pulled a few strings to secure a stunning deal on a parcel of pristine Pecorino grapes. And you gave him the Angel funding to make a jaw-dropper of a white.
- Imagine the crisp freshness of a Pinot Grigio with the citrusy zing of a Sauvignon Blanc - it manages to pull off the amazing trick of being flavorsome, yet super-crisp at the same time.
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- Imagine the crisp freshness of a Pinot Grigio and the citrusy zing of Sauv Blanc - put them together, and you've got Pecorino. It manages to being super flavorsome, yet super-crisp at the same time.
- You may not have heard of this varietal before - that's because Italians tend to hog it all for themselves. It goes with every meal imaginable... from simple grilled fish to creamy sauces and soups.
- Christian pulled a few strings to make you more pristine Pecorino than ever before - so you can drink in the best Italy has to offer... for less than $10 a bottle!
- Deep and intense Sangiovese that perfectly captures the dark flavors and expressiveness of this classic Italian wine.
- Maurizio is one of the world's most famous Brunello winemaking consultants (and a true master of this grape variety). When he says that Tuscany is the best place in the world for mature and expressive Sangiovese, we believe him!
- A perfect Tuscan red like this just screams for thick noodles and meaty ragù.
Thanks to a long hot summer, this new vintage of Paulo’s Pinot Grigio tastes even better than before. It’s crisp and citrusy, with a punch of tropical fruit in the finish.
His family’s been making wine for three generations, so they know how to get the very best from their fruit - that’s why this tastes as good as other PG's that cost twice the price.
- This Pinot Grigio is great with rustic Italian dishes. So pour yourself a glass, tear off some bread, and start attacking that pesto.
- Bright, full-bodied, and ready for any season, the Cordero Arneis can change the way you look at white wine forever.
- Nobody's ever heard of Arneis, a grape variety that almost went extinct in the 1970s when only one family continued growing it... so it's incredibly good value because it's still virtually unknown (only 1840 acres were planted, according to the 2000 Italian census).
- The Cordero family's white is a bottled pear orchard, full of ripe, sun-kissed fruit and crazy aromatics. A plateful of piping hot seafood pasta needs to follow this wine wherever it goes.