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The Flavours of Italy, Spain and Portugal Small Wonders
Aglianico is arguably southern Italy's finest red grape, and this really exemplifies that. Full bodied with damson and black forest flavours, there is a touch of balancing oak spice and leather characters on the finish. A great, accessible fine wine that could age well, and would benefit from decanting.
A new find, this is our second vintage of this classy Spanish red. Made by Spanish Master of Wine Almudena Alberca, this is an outstanding Ribera del Duero that deserves plenty of attention for its uncommon purity and depth. This is not overworked, just delicious.
Velvety rich, complex blend of local Portuguese and non-indigenous grapes marked by its generous lick of oak embraced with ease by the generous ripe fruit and touch of spice, lifted by a hint of mint.
Deliciously fruity white made from turbiana, also known as verdicchio, which is grown in vineyards around Lake Garda. There are peach, citrus and floral notes on the soft, ripe palate, perfect with seafood or creamy pasta.
Another serial Wine Champion, Spain’s most historic albariño producer knocked our collective socks off with their 2020. Everything you could want of this popular grape is here and in pitch-perfect proportion: crisp, soft and appley, with just the right amount of weight on the palate and a very long finish. Wonderful.