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75 grandi vini al di sotto dei 24 euro

La rivista britannica Decanter, ha stilato un elenco di 75 vini meritevoli di essere comprati e degustati, con un prezzo sullo scaffale inferiore ai 24 euro.

Per brevità riporterò solamente i vini italiani.

Ricordo che una sterlina vale circa 1,21 euro !

Buona lettura

Roberto Gatti




Le Colture, Sylvoz, Prosecco Treviso, Veneto, Italy NV

17.25/20pts (90+/100pts)

From an estate that has been family owned since the 1500s, this is an uplifting, bone-dry, zesty style of Prosecco which would make for a perfect aperitif. The citrus aromas have an added touch of pear drops, while the palate is formed around flavours of lime and crisp green apple.

Price £12.50 Corney & Barrow

Alc 11%




Argiolas, Iselis, Sardinia, Italy 2012

17.5/20pts (91/100pts)

Antonio Argiolas planted his first vines in 1906.Today the estate is run by his grandchildren, and this is one of its flagship whites. An appealing, complex blend of 85% Nasco and 15% Vermentino, lees stirring has imbued a nutty feel to the herbal palate, but a fine cut of acidity keeps things vibrant.

Price £17.50 Eurowines

Alc 14.5%




Tenuta di Somaro, Puglia, Italy 2011

17.75/20pts (92/100pts)

A darling of a wine that showcases Puglia’s ability to turn out fabulously enjoyable wines at a great price. The fragrant, rich, inviting nose is all about bramble fruits, while in the mouth there is plenty of dark, sweetly spiced fruit, with good structure and a juicy, glossy finish.

Price £9.99 Laithwaite’s Wine

Alc 13%





Cigliuti, Nebbiolo, Langhe, Italy 2012

18/20pts (93/100pts)

A bright and breezy, but svelte Nebbiolo, with a beautiful nose that shows some leaf and spice lurking behind the precise red fruits. Those red fruits form the core of the palate, which has grip as one would expect, but also wonderful balance and drive.

Price £17.95 Lea & Sandeman

Alc 14.5%





D’Arcana, Teroldego, Vigneti delle Dolomiti, Italy 2011

16.5/20pts (88/100pts)

The attraction of this wine lies in its easygoing, understated appeal. Both nose and palate are based on crisp, light red fruits, and to taste it’s gentle but defined; tailormade for pizza or simple pasta dishes with fresh tomato sauce.

Price £9.99 Virgin Wines

Alc 12.5%







De Forville, Villa de Forville, Barbera d’Alba, Piedmont, Italy 2012

17/20pts (90/100pts)

Aged in US oak for 12 months, this Barbera is made by a Barbaresco- based producer with more than 150 years of winemaking heritage. The brisk nose has lifted floral notes to complement the red fruit. The subtle caramel palate is rich, with a lovely fluid feel that carries its weight with ease.

Price: £13.99 Majestic

Alc 14%





Planeta, Alastro, Grecanico, Sicily, Italy 2012

17/20pts (90/100pts)

The Planeta family’s winemaking adventure began in the mid- 1980s through the ambition of Francesca, Santi and Alessio Planeta. This 95% Grecanico, 5% Fiano blend is very much a food wine: creamily textured but breezy too, with restrained, crunchy citrus fruit.

Price: £12.75 AG Wines, Carruthers & Kent, Great Western Wine, Winedirect

Alc 12.5%




Piccini, Chianti Classico, Tuscany, Italy 2009

16.5/20pts (88/100pts)

From just 7ha in 1882, Piccini now has under its control 400ha of Tuscan vineyards and accounts for about 10% of the total production in Chianti. There’s little to fault in this wine – a correct and typical slice of Chianti at a good price, with savoury, juicy red cherry fruit and solid but balanced tannins.

Price: £8.99 Tesco

Alc 13%





Cantine Belisario Terre di Val Bona Verdicchio di Matelica

18/20pts (93/100pts)

From a co-op founded in the early 1970s and Verdicchio vineyards planted between 350m and 450m above sea level, this is a pretty, unoaked wine, showing a waxed citrus and guava nose and palate of tangy limes, a steely edge and savoury complexity.

Price: £8.99 Widely available via UK agent Liberty Wines

Alc 12.5%






Poggiopiano Estate, The Society’s Exhibition, Chianti Classico, Italy 2010

17.5/20pts (91/100pts)

Owned by the Bartoli family since the 1990s, Poggiopiano is a restored 16th-century cantina. This is a charming Chianti, with red cherry fruit aromas decorated with a subtle hint of violets. It’s pure and fresh in the mouth with crunchy red fruit and Chianti’s classic, grippy tannins.

Price: £11.50 The Wine Society

Alc 14%





( Fonte Decanter )