Was created in 2005, By Gaspare De Luca and his wife, with the aim to introduce regional products, into the British market. Following a big experience matured in the industry and the big buying power generated, Gaspare & Nathalie have decided to expand their warehouse and offer their products to wholesale & distribution.
Negroamaro is a grape variety of remote origin, grown in southern Puglia. Negroamaro tends to be very rustic in character, combining perfume with an earthy bitterness.
Vintage Red Wine 13%
|Dimensions||22 × 15 × 33 cm|
750 ml each 6 bottles per case
During the winter, Valpolicella wine (made from Corvina and Rondinella grapes) is passed over the skins remaining from the production of Amarone using the traditional "Ripasso" technique, which increases the alchool, body and perfume of cherries, red fruits and spices. The ideal match for roast and grilled red meats, stews and mature cheeses.
Castelforte Amarone is made from dried Corvina and Rondinella grapes. A long, slow fermentation and minimum 18 months ageing in large oak give this dry, full-bodied red wine a deep garnet red colour, a complex bouquet of cinnamon, cherry jam and walnut and a palate of ripe black cherry fruit with notes of vanilla and coffee on the finish. It pairs perfectly with rich pasta dishes, game and grilled or stewed red meats as well as mature cheeses.
Made from Nebbiolo grapes grown on vineyards in Barbaresco, Neive, Treiso and Alba. Fermentations with lenghty stays on the skins followed by ageing in oak casks produce an intensely red wine with slight hints of garnet, a complex nose of ripe red fruit and spicy overtones, and a warm, mouth-filling flavour with soft tannins, great elegance and an excellent finish.
Introduced onto the hills of the Roero in the early 1900s, the Barbera vine's hardiness and constant yield made it ideal as a replacement for many of the vineyards decimated by the phylloxera pest. Its matching of strength with finesse makes Barbera d'Alba a highly-prized wine, and the composition of the soil and microclimate here produces an intensely bright red-coloured wine with delicate purple highlights, and a fresh, fragrant nose hinting at mint and vanilla. A big wine with good structure.
The Arneis wine was first mentioned in a document dating back to 1478 which is now preserved in the town hall in Canale.
With a great elegance and bright straw-yellow colour with greenish highlights, the Roero wine brings intense aromas of fresh Mediterranean fruits and flowers, and is rounded off by well-balanced roundness on the mouth, with a delicate, bitter aftertaste.