#2 TUSCANY

WE LOVE HOSTING TASTINGS & UNDERSTAND THAT WHEN YOU PURCHASE BOTTLES TO TAKE HOME SOMETIMES YOU LOSE SOME OF THE MAGIC FROM THE EVENING & WINES DON’T QUITE TASTE THE SAME.

TO HELP OVERCOME THIS, WE’RE PROVIDING YOU WITH SOME ABBOTSHILL AT-HOME-SUPPORT, UNTIL OUR NEXT TASTING.

DROP IN ANYTIME BETWEEN 7PM & 9PM ON TUES 3RD SEPTEMBER TO EXPLORE 2 WHITES, 1 ORANGE & 3 REDS. FROM THE GRANDDADDY OF TUSCANY, MICHELLE SATTA, TO THE INNOVATIVE CARBON-FREE & BIODYNAMIC VINEYARD: RAMPOLLA.

  1. 2018 Moris Vermentino, Morisfarms, IGT £16

  2. 2011 Diambra Bianco Di Toscana, Michelle Satta, IGT £12

  3. 2018 Trebianco di S. Lucia, Castello di Rampolla, IGT £30

  4. 2016 Rosso Maniero, IGT Colli della Toscana Centrale, Panzano £16

  5. N.V Rosso del Palazzone, Lot 01/18 Vino da Tavola, Il Palazone, Montalcino £18

  6. 2014 Brunello di Montalcino, Pieri Agostina £40

    £20 ticket price redeemable against bottle purchases. Mixed case £100 on the night.


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2018 Trebianco di S. Lucia with tomato & herb chicken: classic & wholesome. Worth the work.

Love endeth like the chianti flask, its drops are bitter.
— Gelett Burgess
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The 2018 Moris Vermentino is perfect with garlic & shrimp pasta.

If you have the time… the N.V Rosso del Palazzone pairs incredibly well with a rustic game pâté. This is Gordon’s recipe.

2014 Brunello di Montalcino pairs wonderfully with a deep, rich, aged hard cheese. You don’t have to make this one…

2011 Diambra Bianco Di Toscana with Tuscan style tuna carpaccio. Serious wow factor.

A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti.
— Hannibal Lecter

2016 Rosso Maniero with wild boar ragù: serious!