6 bottle pack




Wines to Celebrate Springtime

LA PRIMAVERA offers a selection of perfumed, complex wines from some of our most sought after producers, carrying with them the optimism of spring.

Mus’cat 2022
Jura, France

An equal blend of Muscat d’Alexandrie and Muscat à Petits Grains from Vincent Lafage in the Pyrénées. The grapes fermented as whole bunches for four days before being pressed off to cuve for nine months of élevage. Vivid yellow in the glass, this vintage is all about freshness, with delicate notes of lime, flowers and sea salt making for an invigorating wine that screams apéritif.

Muscat d’Alexandrie, Muscat à Petits Grains

Gaia 2021
Campania, Italy

Fiano from a ninety year old vineyard planted some five hundred metres above sea level. It was fermented on skins for four days, before a year of rest in both chestnut and mulberry casks. This wows with complex aromatics of white flowers, chalk and minerals, whilst the finest of tannins lead to a long, salty finish. As good as it gets.


Kumu 2022
Loire, France

Mostly Grolleau Gris, which was infused as whole bunches in the juice of Adrien’s Chenin and Sauvignon Blanc. The wine was pressed to cuve for a short rest before being bottled young and brimming with energy. A gorgeous, hazy shade of sunset in the glass, its playful notes of guava, grapefruit, sea salt and spice dance across the palate, making for an invigorating wine of real intrigue.

Grolleau Gris, Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc

Chiroubles 2021
Burgundy, France

Gamay from a hundred year old plot, planted over granite some four hundred metres above sea level on the steep slopes of Chiroubles. Fermented as whole bunches for a fortnight, the wine spent nine months resting in concrete eggs. In this cooler vintage, the parcel’s elevation has a profound effect on the wine, lending a luminous, almost ethereal character to the fruit. Pretty and perfumed, the palate displays great tension and a pronounced minerality. A wine of real elegance and charm.


Uzetia 2021
Languedoc, France

Grenache from a forty year old parcel planted over clay and limestone in Bourdic. The grapes were harvested in two passages, with the first parcel, planted over limestone, partly direct-pressed and partly macerated for a couple of days. A week later the grapes planted over clay were picked and macerated for a further week. After pressing, the wine was assembled into a large acacia cask for a year of élevage. Heady with sunkissed berries, herbs and stones, this is a wine with a beautiful sense of place.


Rosso di Gaetano 2022
Lazio, Italy

From parcels in both Pitigliano and Bomarzo, this is roughly half Sangiovese with the other half being a mix of Syrah and Merlot. It spent three weeks on skins, before being pressed off to vat to rest for six months. Reflecting the vintage this is a little more delicate and nuanced, combining dark berries, earth and bitter herbs to beautiful effect.

Sangiovese, Syrah, Merlot