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  • Elena Fucci only produce one wine, all of which comes from their 6ha in the Titolo vineyard - the best vineyard in the Vulture region with its vines situated near the top of the volcano, Mt Vulture, at high altitudes (600m). The winemaking is traditional and the wine is aged for 12 months in small barrels and larger oak casks. Stylistically though this is relatively modern with plenty of dark and rich fruit balanced with hints of savoury herbs.

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    The vines are planted in Neive and produce a wine that combines both a full character and a sense of elegance.

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    The vines are planted in Neive and produce a wine that combines both a full character and a sense of elegance.

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    2015 Barbaresco Bordini is intensely perfumed with densely packed blueberry and blackberry fruit, and notes of petals, red licorice and sweet spice. As with his other wines, Valter’s style is understated and elegant but the power and structure of the vintage also comes through. On the palate the full body is balanced with vibrant acidity and soft deep tannins, with a long velvety finish.

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    This spends about a year in large Slavonian barrels (not new) and is full of rounded yet structured fruit. The pre-phylloxera version shares the same grape but there the similarities stop and it’s quite a different animal. The vines are planted high up (520 metres above sea level) in Berri, near La Morra on sandy chalky soil where there is excellent exposure. Yields are low and the wine is very concentrated but the acid is concentrated too and there is great freshness and precision running through the wine. Very limited but a genuinely exciting wines.

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    This spends about a year in large Slavonian barrels (not new) and is full of rounded yet structured fruit. The pre-phylloxera version shares the same grape but there the similarities stop and it’s quite a different animal. The vines are planted high up (520 metres above sea level) in Berri, near La Morra on sandy chalky soil where there is excellent exposure. Yields are low and the wine is very concentrated but the acid is concentrated too and there is great freshness and precision running through the wine. Very limited but a genuinely exciting wines.

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    This spends about a year in large Slavonian barrels (not new) and is full of rounded yet structured fruit. The pre-phylloxera version shares the same grape but there the similarities stop and it’s quite a different animal. The vines are planted high up (520 metres above sea level) in Berri, near La Morra on sandy chalky soil where there is excellent exposure. Yields are low and the wine is very concentrated but the acid is concentrated too and there is great freshness and precision running through the wine. Very limited but a genuinely exciting wines.

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    This spends about a year in large Slavonian barrels (not new) and is full of rounded yet structured fruit. The pre-phylloxera version shares the same grape but there the similarities stop and it’s quite a different animal. The vines are planted high up (520 metres above sea level) in Berri, near La Morra on sandy chalky soil where there is excellent exposure. Yields are low and the wine is very concentrated but the acid is concentrated too and there is great freshness and precision running through the wine. Very limited but a genuinely exciting wines.

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    As the name suggests, this comes from a parcel of old vine, pre-phylloxera Barbera which takes this often over-looked variety to another level. Purpley, unctuous, bright and dynamic, this is bursting with fruit and personality.

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  • Mosconi is more powerful and needs time to come together. That said, it has great energy throughout the palate with a core of acidity lifting the structure. Deeper, darker aromas of black cherry, cacao and licorice spice. The tannins are solid and powerful but well balanced by the rich fruit character the vintage brings. Impressive overall balance for such a strong full bodied, ageworthy wine.

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  • Bianco Porticello is a delicious blend of Carricante and Moscato (60/40) - the Carricante fermented in large barrels and aged on the lees for 4 months. Herbaceous and floral, with superb freshness on the finish.

  • This dense white is 100% Friuliano, although the label gives no indication of the variety. Mario and his father Ferdinando are passionately focused on vineyard and terroir, and subsequently have bottled their two cru Friulianos under the name of the vineyard. When Mario and Ferdinando went looking for vineyards in the mid-90`s, they knew their vision was centred around old vines and impeccable terroir. They found it in the in the Brazzano di Cormons region, along the Slovenian border, and the two vineyards (Galea and Brazan) are each featured in one of the two cru Friulianos. This is the Brazan vineyard, certified organic since 2007 with vines over 80 years old, the first wine that Mario and Ferdinando ever made. The wine is lightly floral and mineral, with a saline undertone that carries through the wine with a beautiful grapefruit and anise-spice. The Brazan sees 18 months on the lees, which lends the wine a gravitas that will allow for brilliant evolution in the cellar, but is aged in stainless steel, allowing the purity of the fruit to shine through.

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    This has recently been voted as one of the Best 50 Italian wines and it’s not hard to see why. Vinified in large wooden vats and aged for 24 months in botti, this has power, weight and elegance. The nose is complex with red berries and star anise opening up into figs, bay leaves and underbrush. The power comes through on the palate but it maintains a sense of poise. This will age for decades - a super Tuscan without the hefty price tag.

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    This is a wine that really jumps out of the glass. Bursting with refined, expressive, almost crunchy red fruit flavours, this is simply delicious right now. The mix of ripe fruit and cool structure is just perfect and the finish is mouthwatering and long. Perfect food wine for the likes of the `3Ps` of partridge, pork and pheasant. We sold out of this year`s allocation of the Brunello in a couple of weeks and a fifth of the price we expect this to go the same way.