We all love Italian wine, but Italy produces wine in all 20 of its regions from over 350 authorised grape varieties. It's a lifetime’s work to try them all but we thought we'd help you on that journey with a selection of modern Italian classics for your enjoyment. In this case you'll get 12 different wines (6 whites and 6 reds).
Falanghina 'Antiche Torri' La Guardiense Campania @ £7.99
Ripe lemon, peach, fresh. The modern alternative to Pinot Grigio!
Fiano 'Janare' La GuardienseCampania @ £9.49
Classic citrus, green fruit and a little stonefruit along with ginger and herby notes on the finish.
Locorotondo ‘Antico’ I PastiniPuglia @ £12.49
A fresh, zippy wine full of citrus and white fruit. It is a quintessential Italian white wine with a lively character and easy going feel that is best drunk young and with abandonment.
Lugana Nunzio Ghiraldi Lombardy @ £14.99
Citrus and green fruit are to the fore before the palate reveals more exotic notes and there is a weighty richness to counter the crisp freshness.
Roero Arneis "Camestri" Marco PorelloPiedmont @ £12.49
Made from the Arneis grape this is a zesty refreshing wine, packed with citrus and zesty green fruit along with some soft spice notes.
Rebola 'Bacaia' San Valentino Emilia Romagna @ £12.49
Lovely citrussy, Biodynamic wine made from the Rebola grape. A real discovery!