Four bottles of Natural wine from Italy’s top natural winemaker.
Danilo is something of a legend on the natural wine scene in Italy. He runs his own estate but also works in a very collegiate way with other producers, helping and consulting for others. Here we highlight two wines from his own estate, and two of our favourite wines from fledgling estate Cangianti by Stoppini, where Danilo had a pivotal role getting the team started although are now making their wines in their own right. All of these are grown in Umbria – beautiful wines are made in beautiful places! These are true artisan wines, being made in tiny quantities, so taste them while you can.
Trubiano, Conestabile della Staffa
£28.00 > £25.20
Conestabile della Staffa is Danilo’s own estate. This is a deep and savoury expression of Trebbiano. Complex with savoury notes of nuts, spice and baked apples.
Rosso, Conestabile della Staffa
£23.00 > £20.70
This is a beguiling wine from Danilo, it has a light colour giving the impression that you will be getting a light and elegant wine, yet on the nose you get serious complexity and really deep aromas. The palate is equally bewildering with deep and persistent flavour, with good structure, yet a light and elegant body.
Confine, Cangianti by Stoppini
£26.00 > £23.40
Made from local grapes San Colombano, Moscato and Malvasia del Chianti, this is a wonderful example of Tuscan orange wine. It's dry and savoury, with notes of stone fruit and stunning complexity.
Ambiguo, Cangianti by Stoppini
£26.00 > £23.40
Gamay del Trasimeno (a red grape) and San Colombano (a white grape) make up this beautiful rarity. Fermenting both together brings the earthiness of a red and the freshness of a white. This is light-weight, has real depth to the fruit too. Think juicy cherries and fresh herbs.
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