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Fire up the old 2CV or Fiat 500 and let’s hit the road, mofos. This dozen takes us through the sights, smells and tastes of the old world. Soak up the history, and the unmistakable flavour, of the classic styles that defined wine for centuries. We’ve got the big three covered in this case: with entries from France, Spain and Italy. Take a trip of a lifetime from the comfort of your living room - all for much, much less than the cost of a flight!

Each case contains two of the following:

Red
Other Red
Rioja DOC

El Buscador Crianza 2016
Aniseed
Blood Plum
Cherry
Medium-bodied
Firm
Deep

We didn’t really know we were looking, mofos. But we now know we’ve found it. ‘The Searcher’, that is. El Buscador. Now there’s a rabbithole. This is top-notch Rioja. You can tell just by looking at it. It looks somehow livelier in the glass, more vital and intense. Tempranillo and garnacha make up the mix here, singing of juicy cherries and plums. Oak treatment comprises of a 70-30 French-American split, giving darker toasty notes and a background coconutty hint. The wine is deep and complex, but also fun and never too imposing. It’s suited to special occasions, but only the sort you actually enjoy. It’s far too fun for shareholders meetings and the like!

Red
Other Red
Puglia

Curtis Nova Primitivo Puglia IGT 2018
Plum
Redcurrant
Spice
Full-bodied
Bright
Bold
Luca Maroni
Italian Import

Don’t let the name fool you. There’s nothing primitivo about this incredible vino. Lovers of plushness and complexity look no further. Rich, ripe berries, with spades of spice and buckets of herbs make up the luscious palate. An air of violets hangs over the whole, giving aromatic richness. For those who didn’t know, primitivo is actually the same grape as America’s zinfandel, just grown on its home turf in Puglia, Italy.

Red
Grenache
La Mancha

Tintoralba Organic Garnacha 2017
Blueberry
Herbaceous
Plum
Medium-bodied
Firm
Bold

Garnacha tintorera, to be exact. The lesser-known sibling of good ol’ grenache that’s red to the very core. It’s a ‘teinturier’ grape, meaning not only are the skins dark, but also (unusually) the flesh. This results in a dark, rich, plush wine like few others. Super-fruity and exploding with juiciness, there’s nevertheless a good herby crunch for interest and balance. The colour may look like a storm cloud, but the flavour’s a beautiful summer’s day. The weather in this part of the world allows for organic grape-growing practices, too. Fermented in stainless steel tanks and then matured in oak barrels, Tintoralba have managed to find the perfect balance between preserving that stunning fruit purity, and imbuing the wine with depth and interest.

Red
Sangiovese
Tuscany

Casaponte Chianti DOCG Tuscany Sangiovese 2017
Berries
Cherry
Violets
Medium-bodied
Bright
Dense

Bright and crunchy, this is the cheeky upstart Chianti that could. In fact, it totally knows it can, too. Loads of red cherry and plum, juicy and lifted. It’s on the lighter side for a Chianti (making it perfect for summer!), and sings all the right tunes: a little chalkiness, fruit fullness and the right amount of indifferent, upstart attitude.

Red
Cabernet Sauvignon
France

Fortant Terroir Littoral Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Blackberry
Blackcurrant
Violets
Full-bodied
Grippy
Concentrated

From the sunny south coast of France comes this wickedly delightful cabernet. Deep, regal purple in colour, and intensely perfumed on the nose, this is strongly suggestive of place. Rich blackberries, tangy blueberries, violets, lavender and thyme give this cabernet a gutsy Mediteranean vibe, all warm days and evocative nights, giving a wonderful balance of richness and vibrancy. This is a wine you can afford to crack open whenever you feel like it. And it’ll be delicious every single time.

Red
Grenache Blend
Languedoc-Roussillon

Cave de Roquebrun Atipic Grenache Blend 2017
Redcurrant
Savoury
Spice
Medium-bodied
Bright
Deep
Vinalies Or 2019
French import

Just to clear something up, mofos, Roquebrun is a (very pretty) little town in Occitanie. It is neither Roquefort, a cheese, or roquette, a leafy green. What you lose in mouldiness and fibre, you more than make up for in juicy grenache-led fun, though. The south of France has had something of a winemaking renaissance in recent years, with backs being turned on the bulk wine market, and ever more wicked vinos being made with care and attention. This has all the hallmarks of one of those. Fruit clarity, vibrance, poise and precision make for a quaffable delight. Think ripe red and black berries, with lots of garriguey aromas and a streak of dark licorice underneath.