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.
Made from Negroamaro and Malvasia nera grapes. Salmon pink in colour with a rich, fragrant elegantly fruity fragrance and dry, fresh, harmonious flavour.
Rose’ Wine 12.5%
|Dimensions||22 × 15 × 33 cm|
750 ml each 6 bottles per case
Lunardi Chardonnay is a fresh, fruity, varietal wine with a perfume of apricot and notes of exotic fruit; well-rounded on the palate, it's ideal with fish based dishes and vegetarian cuisine.
Lunardi Cabernet Sauvignon is a fruity varietal wine with scents of forest fruits and a slight balsamic note; fresh and well-rounded, the ideal match for red meats, heavy soups and mature cheeses.*price does not include VAT
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.
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.
With traditions dating back more than a century, Nebbiolo d'Alba is without question the most important wine produced in this area. Nebbiolo is one the oldest native varieties, and these grapes are grown on slopes in the very best positions at the top of the most inaccessible and uneven hills. The wine is deep ruby-red with soft orange highlights, and has a delicate bouquet and a dry, well-bodied and nicely tannic taste.