2.25l BAG IN BOX RED, WHITE & ROSE.
Choose your selection of red and white 2.25ltr bag in box wines. Feel free to mix and match, you can buy up to 8 boxes and only pay 1 x £10 delivery charge. 2.25 Litres = 3 regular bottles.
Bag in Box Red Wines
Dolcetto, DOC Piedmont, When in Rome, Italy
Dry, with oodles of young fruit, pleasant soft tannins and a hint of almonds. From the very beautiful Monferrato hills, the family winery Azienda Agricola Gaggino was founded in the 1920s. The Dolcetto is literally the 'little sweet one', but be assured this wine is dry, youthful and fruity. 12.5%
Red – Refosco, IGT Venezia Giulia, When in Rome, Italy
Small production from the foothills of the Alps, these vineyards have been harvested for 2000 years! Sun from south-west facing slopes, natural protection from cold Northerly winds and moderated by mild Adriatic sea breeze.Full-bodied, with plum and almond notes, yet the low alcohol keeps this in check and makes it very easy to drink. 12.5% ABV
2015 - Merlot, Azienda Agricola Passerina IGP Veneto
Light, delicate and slightly herbaceous. A really easy drinker and very versatile, especially at only 11.5%. Societa Agrivinicola Passarini Luigi and Gianfranco is a family-owned vineyard â€“ of only five hectares â€“ founded more than 100 years ago by Guido Passarini and now run by his grandsons Luigi and Gianfranco - 11.5%
Bag in Box White Wines
Sauvignon, IGT Venezia Giulia, When in Rome, Italy
A zippy, fresh and crisp sauvignon, from the foothills of the alps. Great aperitif with yellow peppers and cut grass aromas, good structure. 12% ABV
Pinot Grigio, Azienda Agricola Grappolo d’Oro, Friuli-Venezia-Giulia, Italy 2015
It’s definitely fair to say that Pinot Grigio has become a victim of it’s own success, often dumbed down to death. Far from bland, this Pinot is as spritzy and crisp as early morning air in the Eastern Alpine foothills where it hails from. 12% ABV
Bag in Box Rose Wines
Rosato Rose- When in Rome
Soft, fruity, easy drinking wine, from Merlot. The wine is off-dry and is perfect on its own or with soft cheeses or tomato based dishes. The Alpine terraces have produced grapes for wine making since Roman times.