6 bottle pack




Easygoing Wines for Spring

IL PICNIC is a tribute to our favourite activity. A collection of fresh, easygoing wines to be enjoyed outside in the sunshine. They display a lightness and brightness that gets us every time.

Despina 2020
Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Over the years this cloudy, fragrant sparkling wine has become synonymous with spring. With a gorgeous nose of wildflowers, a gentle fizz and refreshing notes of grapefruit and sea salt, this is an excellent aperitif at any time of day.

Malvasia di Candia

Nespola 2020
Roussillon, France

This blend of Vermentino, Grenache Blanc and Macabeo made by Manuel and the guys in their little cellar in Banyuls-sur-Mer is a beautiful shade of sunset and has just the right amount of citrus and spice. An evocative wine, it is the closest thing we’ll get to a trip to the Mediterrnean for a while.

Vermentino, Grenache Blanc, Macabeo

Grinton Pinot Grigio 2019
Veneto, Italy

One of our favourites from our new guy in the Veneto, Alex della Vecchia, this gentle maceration of Pinot Grigio is a hazy shade of purple, with notes of quince and spice that really jump out of the glass. It is incredibly lively and with just a hint of tannin and a pleasant bitterness, it makes for invigorating drinking.

Pinot Grigio

Rosammare 2019
Sicily, Italy

A beautiful rosato made from Nero d’Avola grown by Nino Barraco right by the seaside in Western Sicily. A beautiful shade of ruby, tart fruit and gentle saltiness that screams for a plate of anchovies or some grilled sardines.

Nero d’Avola

L’Épicurien 2019
Ardèche, France

Ardèche vigneron Greg Guillame is one of the most laid back guys we know and fittingly his take on Grenache is as easy going as they come. With gentle varietal notes of black fruit, bitter herbs and brine, this would be incredible alongside some spring lamb, asparagus and Jersey Royals. 

Grenache Noir

Vino Rosso 2019
Piedmont, Italy

From her family’s farm in the hills outside Asti, Nadia Verrua has made a name for herself for producing the kind of rustic, soulful vino da tavola that is difficult to find these days. This blend of local varieties Freisa and Barbera offers plenty of black and blue fruit, firm tannins and a little spice, making it the perfect accompaniment to a simple tomato pasta or whatever cuts you have coming off the barbecue.

Freisa, Barbera