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        • 12,95 €
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            Moscato d’Asti is absolutely delicious. It only has about 5% alcohol and is sweet and sparkling but is so intensely aromatic both to the nose and palate that it is irresistible. It is made by a process of partial fermentation which retains aromatic freshness, natural grape sugar and carbon dioxide. This example from Rivetto is an absolute classic,...

          • 15,50 €
            • Crianza Red Wine
            • Nebbiolo
            • 2013
            • 13.5º
            • Piemonte
            • 75cl
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              • Bolognese

            From the undulating Langhe hills of Piemonte with clay and limestone soils. Rivetto vineyards are farmed organically, giving real terroir character to the wines. Made from the same grape as Barolo and Barbaresco, this is a more everyday version, but recognised for its value for money.

          • 22,50 €
            • Reserva red wine
            • Barbera
            • 2013
            • 14.5º
            • Piemonte
            • 75cl
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              • Bolognese

            From the Alban hills in Italy’s Piemonte, Barbera is a lighter wine than Barolo, but offers great quality and versatility and can be drunk sooner. From the excellent family owned organic Rivetto estate where everything is dictated by nature, Zio Nando comes from a vineyard with calcareous soils and the grapes are macerated for 2 days before 10 days’...

          • 29,85 €
            • Gran Reserva Red Wine
            • Nebbiolo
            • 2014
            • 14º
            • Piemonte
            • 75cl
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              • Bolognese

            This glossy and fragrant wine opens with heady woodland berry, menthol, botanical herb, iris, new leather and exotic spice aromas. The palate delivers Marasca cherry, clove, pipe tobacco and savory mineral notes held taut by fine-grained tannins and vibrant acidity.

          • 33,50 €
            • Reserva red wine
            • Nebbiolo
            • 2013
            • 14,5º
            • Piemonte
            • 75cl
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              • Putanesca

            Barolo is one of Italy’s top reds. Soils are clay and limestone and the Rivetto vineyards are farmed organically, giving real terroir character to the wines. They do things traditionally here and every wine expresses its vineyard origin, and is a very friendly example of Piemontese wine.

          • 38,50 €
            • Reserva red wine
            • Barbera
            • 2014
            • 14.5º
            • Piemonte
            • 75cl
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            This is the best of the three Barbera d’Albas from Rivetto. They come from different vineyards and express different microclimates and soils, all of which are slightly different but mainly calcareous and all of which are organic. This is from a 3 hectare vineyard and selected grapes are macerated for 2 days then fermented for 15 days. The wine is aged...

          • 65,00 €
            • Gran Reserva Red Wine
            • Nebbiolo
            • 2010
            • 15º
            • Piemonte
            • 75cl
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            Barolo, “the king of wines and the wine of kings” comes from vineyards around the town of Barolo in the Piemonte region of northwest Italy, south of Turin and in the foothills of the Alps. Soils are calcareous and climate is unique with hot humid summers and cold foggy winters. Despite this, it is one of Italy’s great wines, but needs careful ageing....

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