£14.50 per bottle (was £16.95)
"Owned by Paolo Baratta, the Cambridge-educated head of the Venice Biennale, Caburnio is one of the great bargains amongst contemporary Tuscan wines. Like the other more famous Super-Tuscans, this is a blend of non-Italian grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with the addition of the Alicante-Bouschet grape variety. It has a brightness yet possesses considerable depth of fruit with no annoying leanness. Lea & Sandeman have been championing this great value wine since it first appeared just over a decade ago. Perfectly approachable now, it will continue to improve beyond the end of the decade."