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The Flavours of Italy, Spain and Portugal Anyday Dozen Case
From the warm south of Portugal, now sporting a bright new label, this is a versatile, juicy red with brambly fruit, to drink on its own or to complement simple, everyday dishes.
This small DOC wine is a blend of montepulciano, aglianico and trebbiano traditionally grown in Molise, south of Abruzzo, on Italy's east coast. This combination has created a cherry-scented, yet rich wine with the aglianico adding some blackberry notes. It has spent 18 months in large oak barrels, shown by a touch vanilla on the warming finish.
Sicily’s credentials for vinous value were displayed admirably in 2021’s Championship. This was a great success, balancing big bold juicy berry fruit with energetic freshness and a hint of cedar.
Blends are a Portuguese tradition, and this one, from a grand old estate north east of Lisbon, Quinta da Lagoalva, is a light, fruity and refreshing mix expressing stone, tropical and citrus fruits.
Quinta da Lagoalva is just north of Lisbon and this is their juicy blend of two of Portugal's most important red grapes: castelão for roundness and savoury fruit, and touriga nacional for perfume, structure and colour.
A big, rich, peppery Spanish red which is both plump and very satisfying.
Joyful, fruity and ever so easy to drink, it's no wonder this is one of our members' favourite Spanish reds.
A great go-to white wine from northern Italy, fresh crisp and dry with pear and fresh sage aromas, and mineral weight on the palate. Lovely by the glass but it also pairs easily with a range of dishes from seafood to creamy pasta bakes.
This is a classic example of this light and easy-drinking style from northern Portugal, with delicate spritz and bright, fresh palate.
Oranges and lemons on the nose lead on to more citrus pith, salt and lime on the refreshing finish of this lovely Italian white. Vermentino thrives close to the sea and is a Sardinian speciality, one that pairs perfectly with seafood.
Soft, fruity and easy-drinking white made from Spain's very own macabeo (aka viura) grape. This has a light touch with no oak to mask the clean white-fruit flavours.