Italian Vineyard Direct

Italian Vineyard Direct Starts in the soil, finishes in the glass

In 2016 the team at Epicure Sales and Marketing are delighted to introduce the Epicure ‘Vineyard Direct’ selections. A number of years in the making, we could even say three years in the making and another in the fine tuning (sound familiar?) our new selection of family grower/producers whether from Sicily in the deep South or Piemonte in the North are cut from the same fine cloth.

We have looked at hundreds of wines, well perhaps hundreds of producers across Italy (thus far) and so are very proud of the wines we are now introducing to Australia. There’s an excellent balance among the selections of innovation and tradition, all are working with the sustainable methodology in the vineyard, some are either certified or working in a biodynamic or organic fashion.

Great wines start in the soil and finish in your glass!

On Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th October the Epicure Team, comprising of our resident winemaker Kristen McGann and resident Viticulturist Leah Clearwater, both of whom have worked in Italy, along with Epicure founder Brett Trewartha who has recently returned from visiting most of these wineries would love to take you on a vinous tour of Italy. They will be travelling Perth with spectacular wines in tow, so contact them for a preview.

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We will be opening our new arrivals from Sicily, Bardolino, Alto Adige, Tuscany (Montalcino and Chianti) and Piemonte. Plus we will open a few more favourites from our portfolio from Le Marche, Montepulciano, Veneto. And don’t forget the Barolos …

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