About The Pack
Here's an easy way to have a trip around Italy from the comfort of your own home.
While there is plenty of super-premium wines in Italy, there are a swag of bargains to be had too.
We cover the whole of Italy in this brilliant six pack, from Nero d'Avola to Primitivo to Aglianico, it's got it all!
Unbeatable value, quality wines.
2020 Maretti Langhe Rosso
Produced by the winemaker behind the famed wines of Mirafiore and Fontanafredda, this is a delicious little Langhe blend that gives you the personality of Piemonte at just a snip of a price.
This is a blend of Nebbiolo and Barbera - the region's two hero red varieties - with a mix of traditional and modern winemaking techniques used during production.
It's an unpretentious and totally smashable entry point into the wines of the region, both earthy and brightly fruited.
If you need some quaffing table reds and you love the Piemontese vibe, buying just doesn't get much better than this.Read more about 2020 Maretti Langhe Rosso
2020 Le Coste Rosso di Gaetano
A Sangiovese - Syrah blend, mirroring the Italian-French collaboration of Gianmarco and Clementine...
There is a smattering of local red grapes also in the cuvee, which was left to macerate on their skins for about 20 days. A little wild and funky, with fresh cherry and blackberry aromatics.
More of a vivid, crunchy wine than the main Le Coste, this can be enjoyed young, preferably with a plate of Italian cold cuts. Is Le Coste, is good.Read more about 2020 Le Coste Rosso di Gaetano
2020 De Forville Langhe Nebbiolo
This is one of the best value Langhe Nebbiolos we've come across in some time.
The Nebbiolo grapes for this particular wine hail from the border of the two twoers of Langhe: Barolo and Barbaresco.
It's plush enough to be immediately appealing to the Australian palate, yet carries the classic Nebbiolo structure and bright red fruits that will have the Italian hounds chomping for another glass.
This is the perfect mid-week Nebbiolo - cook yourself a comforting pasta and pop the cork.
2020 Babo Chianti
The Babo Chianti is smooth, savoury and seriously easy to drink. One of the few Chianti to be bottled under screw cap, ensuring the pristine wine that Justin bottled in Italy finds its way to your glass.
This is smashable Sangiovese 101 at a very fair price.
The freshness and juiciness is a result of half of the wine seeing carbonic maceration. Filled with cherry, earthiness and that classic savoury Sangiovese finish, it's a cracker wine for when you're feeling a little Italianate.
2020 Speri La Roverina Valpolicella Classico Superiore
Sourced entirely from the La Roverina vineyard, which is in the heart of the Classico zone and known for its ideal soils.
The fruit was picked with a little bit more ripeness and was aged in oak for a little longer, providing extra flavours and complexities.
It is on the bigger side of medium bodied, with plush aromas of dark cherries, bramble fruits and dried bay leaves. The extra time on the vine comes out in the palate, with rich flavours of mulberries, pomegranate and fennel. The tannins are firm, but the remains fresh and easy drinking. It's the very definition of food friendly.Read more about 2020 Speri La Roverina Valpolicella Classico Superiore
2020 Cantina Tombacco Aglianico
Aglianico might get compared to Nebbiolo for its power and structure, but it definitely has a very own unique personality and character.
Cantina Tombacco highlights everything great about the grape in this wine: deep red berries entwined with vanilla and spice, an elegant mouthfeel and a long, long finish. A good line of acidity keeps it's full bodied structure in check.
Truly great value drinking right here for anyone looking for a ballsy red to go with a steak!Read more about 2020 Cantina Tombacco Aglianico