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Italy has long had a very significant presence in the US wine market. For many decades, it was the most important exporter to this country, spurred on by the large number of Americans of Italian descent and the profusion of Italian restaurants. Although Australia has recently become the largest supplier of imported wines to the US, the country remains the world’s second largest wine producer, vinifying over half a million cases per year.

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Reg. $13.99

The nose is full of dried rose petals, plum sauce and sweet spices. The palate is juicy and fresh with a bite of chunky tannins and mouth-watering acidity. The cherry fruit has a bitter-sweet edge.
On its own it is simple but delicious, with  click for more details
Sku: 040404

Reg. $19.99

Cantine del Notaio is a Demeter certified Biodynamic estate located in the rugged volcanic hills of Mount Vulture in Basilicata. Gerardo Giuratabocchetti embraces a passion for Aglianico that has been passed down through his family for generations. ... click for more details
Sku: 033915

Reg. $24.99
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A beguiling blend of Traminer and Müller-Thurgau from way down south, in Italy’s Basilicata region, an area mostly known for the red variety Aglianico. That this wine exists is quite astonishing, especially since most whites are made for vini da ... click for more details
Sku: 052354


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