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Why do we love this case?

We’ve been fans of Italian vino at the ‘Fo since time began, and this mix of six Italian stallions explains why. It covers the full kicking range of the boot, from Tuscany in the northwest to Sicily in the far south. Bellissimo!

Every case contains ONE of each of the following:

Red
Sangiovese
Tuscany

Lornano Chianti Classico DOCG 2016
Blackberry
Blueberry
Spice
Medium-bodied
Lively
Refined
Luca Maroni
Gilbert & Gaillard

Chianti for the New World wine-lover. Bold and supple, with heaps of saucy black cherry action. The acid’s there; that common theme in pretty much all Italians that guarantees food-friendliness. Dusty cypress-lined gravel path tannins give just the right hint of the rustic, without taking away from the class and poise of what is a cracking vino.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Red
Nebbiolo
Piedmont

La Biòca Riccinnebbia Langhe Nebbiolo 2018
Cherry
Spice
Floral
Light-bodied
Grippy
Elegant

Riccinnebbia translates directly as ‘curly fog’ in English. This references the autumnal fog that often curls over the Langhe region during the annual grape harvest. The wine is of course 100% nebbiolo, hand harvested and laid to rest in a variety of oak barrels for periods of 10-16 months depending on the vessel. It’s rather full in body for nebbiolo with a floral nose and delicate red fruits on the palate. The finish is dry but there’s a hint of fruit sweetness (not sugar) that provides lift and makes the wine enjoyable on its own or with gamier meats and charcuterie.

You'd pay $48.00 full price

Red
Barbera
Piedmont

Tenuta Olim Bauda La Villa Barbera 2019
Allspice
Plum
Blackberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Italian Import
Mofo Fave Producer

Originating from Northern Italy, in the region of Piedmont, barbera is the most planted grape variety there, for good reason. If you enjoy lighter, fruit-driven styles of red, think cherries, red berries and blackberries enveloped in softer tannins, then this could be your match made in.... speaking of match made in heaven... not sure what to pair it with? A personal favourite is earthy, mushroom pizza drizzled in truffle oil (Piedmont is truffle country after all). The cooler, northern climate creates a high acid red ready to cut through any rich dish, go for gamey meats, mushroom pizza, anything, just don’t let the Italians know that we know. The secret’s out. Barbera is the new black. Or is it red? Just definitely not white, cause it’s a red grape variety.

You'd pay $40.00 full price

Red
Dolcetto
Piedmont

Periplo Quinque Dolcetto d'Alba 2019
Plum
Spice
Violets
Medium-bodied
Lively
Concentrated
Italian Import
Mofo Fave

They drink dolcetto in Piemonte while they’re waiting for the nebbiolo to ripen, or so they say. This is a concentrated wine, bursting with rich, juicy fruit. There’s depth to it, and plenty of interest in the glass. Think pinot with more body, or merlot with more cherry (and character). There’s no oak, so it’s all about that fruit flavour and fun drinking. An ideal candidate to take to dinner parties. Being Italian, it’s naturally charming, and it’ll pair with pretty much everything too.

You'd pay $35.00 full price

Red
Primitivo
Puglia

La Bollina Roppolo Primitivo Puglia IGT 2018
Blackberry
Earthy
Savoury
Full-bodied
Grippy
Deep
Luca Maroni
Italian Import

In the heel of the boot that is Italy (Puglia for those beholden to actual names), primitivo is arguably the leading red grape. You might already know that it’s genetically identical to zinfandel, California’s famous wine. It’s a grape that adapts well to a variety of terroirs, showing something different depending on the origin. In Puglia, primitivo tends toward rich, full-bodied and dark in fruit (think blackberries, figs and blueberries). This one from La Bollina takes that profile a bit further with some extra complexity to the tune of plum, cherry, rosemary and vanilla. It’s big, bold and luscious, making it the perfect Italian counterpart to our rich South Aussie shiraz.

You'd pay $30.00 full price

Red
Nero d'Avola
Sicily

La Bollina Terre Siciliane Niru Nero d'Avola 2018
Chocolate
Nutty
Blackberry
Full-bodied
Smooth
Concentrated
Luca Maroni
Italian Import

Things are happening in Sicily. Once a bastion for wines made exclusively from native grapes, it now serves up compelling blends using varieties not normally associated with the island. This one is half natives (nero d’avola and nerello mascalese) and half Bordeaux varieties (cabernet sauvignon and merlot). You get the best of both worlds, a ‘sum is greater than the parts’ wine so to speak. The fruit expression is cherry, mulberry and raspberry, and the secondary notes are vanilla, coffee and cocoa. It finishes with velvety tannins and great length. Let’s hear it for the evolution of Sicilian wine!

You'd pay $30.00 full price