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Lambrusco, like the Terminator is back. The 70’s staple drink of the middle classes has come out of retirement and off the bottom shelves of a thousand corner shops. It’s gone up market and restyled itself. This Lammie is fresh, easy-drinking and is not sweet in any way. Put it with a plate of cured meat and they’ll get it on like a pair of teenagers. The red fruit notes in an easy drinking form and it’s right levels of acidity and bubbles, oh the bubbles, just give it that lift that it needs to cut through the fat and salt. A very conscious coupling indeed.
Fresh red fruit makes this a lighter style of Côtes-du-Rhône. Its taste awakens our tastebuds and makes us glad to be alive. Happy days.Discover More
The Beau Joie rosé champagne is fresh and fruity, with a crisp taste and a beautiful delicate rose petal colour. It is made from 50 per cent Pinot Noir and 50…Discover More
Barbera, always the bridesmaid to the Barolo bride is the best example to taste the terroir of Piemonti without having to hang about for 10 years for it to come round…Discover More