Named after the family patriarch & founder, produced only in years of exceptional quality. Bold, full flavoured and savory. Enjoy with meat dishes, bold cheeses & antipasto.
Arneis is native to the Piedmont region of North-Western Italy, where its name translates to ‘Little Rascal’. Lemon, lime, and nectarine aromas are backed by peppery minerality and the palate is medium bodied with crunchy acidity and a hint of almond meal. Perfect for shellfish in a creamy sauce.
Complex aromas of vanilla spiced baked pears and apple pie. On the palate a fine line of acid brings lush baked fruit flavours into focus and provides great length. A perfect accompaniment for baked chicken or antipasto.
A subtle combination of melon, stonefruit and nougat aromas. Flavours of white peach, nectarine, green apple and almond are framed by firm oak and soft acidity. Perfectly balanced with the flavour and structure to match strong white meat dishes such as roast pork.
Vermentino is native to the island of Sardinia and the variety displays aromas reminiscent of the sea followed by citrus and melon flavours. Lightly textural and fresh, it is well suited to shellfish and other seafood. Also try it with white beans and garlic.
Sangiovese is the hero of Tuscany and this wine proudly displays all the qualities that make the variety famous. Finely structured and medium bodied; sour cherry, red currant, cola and baked rhubarb are interwoven with well judged oak. Perfect with lives, prosciutto and hard cheeses.
This Trentino native is lightly perfumed with bright red fruit aromas underpinned by subtle baking spices. The palate has a complex array of flavours recalling cherry strudel and Christmas pudding. Oak and acid provide support while keeping a respectful distance. Try with rare roasted lamb and rosemary butter.
Aromas include cherry, cola, red apple and marzipan. Full bodied and soft with lightly charred oak characters and fine tannins extending the palate. A finely balanced wine that is great drinking on its own or can be matched with pork and veal ragu.
A classic Bordeaux grape, leafy capsicum aromas signal the hallmarks of the variety. The palate is full and generous with yellow plums, red and black currant and sour cherry. Oak takes up the running on the back palate, driving towards a dry, moreish finish. Pair with black olive tapenade and ricotta stuffed red peppers.
Originating in the Trentino region of North East Italy, Teroldego is full bodied and structural. Concentrated aromas of red apple, dark cherry and beetroot fill the glass. The palate is expansive, filling the mouth with dark red flavours. Tannins are firm yet mature and length is generated by fine natural acidity. Ideal for braised beef cheek and roasted root vegetables.
Aromas of Honeydew Melon, green apple and nectarine are supported by freshly baked bread. Very fine acidity and stonefruit phenolics open up the palate to a juicy and clean finish.
Pale salmon pink in colour, the Cuvee Riche is bursting with aromas of strawberry, raspberry and vanilla. The palate is medium sweet with a fine bead and refreshing acid in balance.
Aromas of glazed fruits and brioche lead to red and black currant and mulberry flavours. Soft and creamy on the palate with a lingering sweetness intertwined with fine dusty tannins.