The Red Case
The Red Case
The Red Case
The Red Case

The Red Case

Regular price £72.98

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Stays fresh for 6 weeks from opening.  Each boxed wine contains 2.25L (3 bottles). 

1x Nero d'Avola & Nerello Mascalese | 13% ABV | Vegan
1x Tempranillo | 14.5% ABV | Vegan

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Red wine lover? We've got you. Here's Filippo's sophisticated Sicilian red coupled up with Luis' classic Tempranillo. A perfect pair.

Nero d'Avola & Nerello Mascalese | 13% ABV | 2.25L (3 Bottles) | Vegan

Made from grapes grown on the slopes of Mount Etna, this medium-bodied and sophisticated red could only be from Sicily. The spiced cherry and red berry flavours couple with soft tannins to evoke the romance and fiery spirit of the island.

12 years ago winemaker Filippo returned to Sicily and bought a small vineyard on the slopes of Etna. It was in terrible condition, but he cultivated the precious old vines by hand. Today he owns 24 tiny vineyards, all at different altitudes on the volcano. He farms by hand or small machinery only, with minimal intervention.

The marbled design is intended to reflect Sicily’s volcanic earth. Its intense red, green and gold colours ground the design in the natural world - hot, sun-drenched soils, old gnarled vines and the shadow of Mount Etna.

Tempranillo | 14.5% ABV | 2.25L (3 Bottles) | Vegan

This is an intense, ruby hued wine that bursts from the glass with black cherries and dried fig. Take a sip and you’ll be treated to juicy fruit, elegant tannins and a lick of cedar. Then silky smooth tannins give it a super-luxurious quality.

Winemaker Luis Santamaria's vineyard in Zamora, North-West Spain, is full of gnarled bush vines growing on sandy soils, with no shade to protect them from the region’s long, hot summers. And this is precisely what makes this wines so special.

The design of this box takes inspiration from cosy Rioja tapas bars. Hidden within the tiles, you’ll notice a little stonemason named Juan. He’s the grandfather of the vineyard’s owners, who swapped his chisel for the winery back in 1916. Based on this wine, we’d say that was a very good decision.