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Cantine di Marzo

An historic estate making wines in Tufo going back a number of centuries. In 1647 Scipione di Marzo left the outskirts of Napoli to settle in the town of Tufo. He took with him cuttings of the vine variety Greco and thus became the first person to cultivate Greco in the area of Tufo. Today …

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Vigneti Vallorani

Situated in Southern Le Marche, Vigneti Vallorani is owned and run by Rocco Vallorani and his brother Stefano, fifth generation wine growers in the Rosso Piceno region (named Piceno for the close by city of Acoli Piceno). Farming only 10hA of vines Rocco and Stefano are focussed on producing small quantities of characterful organic wines …

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Luigi Valori is a winemaker with a storied life. He has been producing wine on his estate of 40hA in Abruzzo since 1996 with unrivaled verve and enthusiasm. This ex-professional footballer, theologian & tropical botanist makes wines as complex as himself whether it be from crisp mineral Pecorino or full bodied Montepulciano based reds. The …

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Tenuta Vignole

Vignole has been in the Nistri family since 1970 and today is run by brothers Massimo and Fabrizio Nistri. Based in Panzano in Chianti they farm 21hA organically (as do nearly all producers in Panzano by mutual agreement) without certification. This is prime Chianti Classico land lying between 280-320M asl with hillside vines producing low …

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Tenuta Pepe

Tenuta Pepe is based in the high quality wine region of Campania home to some of Italy’s best whites and the premium red grape of Southern Italy, Aglianico. The estate was founded by Angelo Pepe and nowadays Milena Pepe is at the helm making the wines with an elegant feminine touch. Viticulture is organic without …

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Tenuta Casadei

Owned by Stefano Casadei (see Olianas and Castello del Trebbio) and wife Anna in partnership with the Cline family from the US. It’s an organic estate in the Maremma focusing on growing French varieties like Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Franc and Merlot.

San Marzano

An award winning cooperative formed in 1962 based in the heartland of the Salento, Puglia’s major quality wine producing region. For the most part the main focus is on Primitivo and being based in the Primitivo di Manduria DOC, the company is blessed to own a number of vineyards made up of old Alberello (bush) …

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This range of wines has become a staff favourite and extremely popular on the lists of some of the best Italian restaurants here in Ireland. Based around 60km north of Cagliari the vineyards have been in Artemio Olianas’s family since 1919. Artemio joined forces with Stefano Casadei (see Castello del Trebbio and Tenuta Casadei) in …

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Maso Cantanghel

Maso Cantanghel is a small boutique producer run by Federico Simoni (see Cantine Monfort). All the plots are certified organic and we list his terrific Sotsas Bianco of which he only makes around 3000 bottles per year and his superlative Pinot Nero.

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