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The Flavours of Italy, Spain and Portugal Explore Dozen Case

Case of 12
Take your tastebuds on a 12-bottle tour of some of these countries' most rewarding indigenous grapes - with a special saving to encourage you to try them.
Price: £0.00 Case of 12
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Code: MX21186C

Wines included

Altolandon Bobal, Manchuela 2019

From the team that brought us our exclusive Bin #001, this superb Spanish red, made from bobal grown near Valencia, is deeply coloured, rich and fresh with herby, spicy fruit.

Spain £9.25 per bottle

Crasto Superior, Douro 2019

Altitude is key to the freshness in this verdelho-viosinho blend from the hot, dry Douro Superior in Portugal. Barrel-fermented and matured in French oak for six months, this has a lovely oak sweetness that complements fresh stone fruits and the fine seam of acidity which cleanses the palate.

Portugal £13.95 per bottle

Crasto, Douro 2019

Youthful blend of Douro grape varieties, with dark brambly fruit and a rich, ripe palate. Glides perfectly from main course to cheese.

Portugal £10.95 per bottle

Lagrein Alto Adige, Hofstätter 2019

An grape that is local to Alto Adige, this medium-bodied Italian red has an inky violets and black-fruit nose, bright acidity and well integrated tannins supporting the blackberry and savoury bresaola flavours that develop on the finish.


Marzemino Trentino Castel Firmian 2019

The marzemino grape is native to southern Trentino in the far north of Italy, thriving on the slopes of the Dolomite mountains. There are pomegranate, tea, and tart red fruit flavours on this well balanced medium-bodied and refreshing red. A black pepper note on the finish makes this even more intriguing.


Quinta da Romeira 'Prova Régia' Arinto, Bucelas 2019

From an old property restored by winemaking giant Sogrape Vinhos and made from the traditional white grape arinto, whose life-affirming acidity carries the delicate green-apple and white floral perfume and flavour long on the palate.

Portugal £13.95 per bottle

Quinta do Escudial Touriga Nacional, Dão 2016

A vivid expression of touriga nacional, with its purple colour and heady floral perfume. the Silva family vinify this without oak to allow fruit and vineyard to shine, and recommend this red with fine local cheese, Serra da Estrela.

Portugal £18.00 per bottle

The Society's Falanghina 2020

Falanghina is one of Italy's many native grape varieties that we feel shouldn't be left under the radar! With tangy clementine and peach flavours, this is a lovely crisp, dry and expressive wine to add to your selection.

Italy £8.95 per bottle

TreRè Arlùs Albana Secca, Romagna 2020

Albana is almost uniquely planted in the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, gaining DOCG status in 1987. Here picked a little later, the grapes have developed a full, creamy style, with intense peach and apricot flavours that last well on the dry, refreshing finish.

Italy £9.95 per bottle

Vilosell, Costers del Segre 2018

Top Spanish winemaker Tomàs Cusiné crafts this deeply coloured, powerful tempranillo-syrah blend from his vineyards in Catalunya. Brimming with blueberry fruit and chunky in texture, this is delicious.

Spain £11.50 per bottle

Auzells, Costers del Segre 2020

An elegant, subtle Spanish white made from a mix of macabeu, albariño, chardonnay, sauvignon and riesling. Bright and refreshing with delightful flavours of apple and peach.

Spain £11.50 per bottle

Pazo de Villarei Albariño, Rías Baixas 2020

A lovely fruity introduction to the fresh, aromatic quality of Spain's now famous north-west grape, albariño, a wine that is famously wonderful with seafood.

Spain £9.75 per bottle
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