Pick your Six

 

The Jackson & Seddon ‘Pick your six’, lets you build your own box of our organic artisan wines from Italy.

 

All of the wines we source are created using organic methods, which involves the smallest amount of intervention from the winemaker, and no pesticides are used at all during the lifespan of the vines.
Wines that are better for you and better for the world we live in.

 

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Podere Alberese – Trebbiano – 2017

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About Podere Alberese – Trebbiano – 2017

Grape varietal: 100% Trebbiano

Tasting Notes: Crisp, fresh, good acidity, light bodied with a hint of lemon and savoury notes.   A perfect summer wine.

Pair it with: White fish

Region: Siena, Tuscany.

Did you know? : The producers use old vines to produce their wines. This means the vines are over 60 years old, which means the quantity of grapes they produce is low, but the quality is exceptionally high.

£15.00

Il Sassone – Poggiocurzo – 2015

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About Il Sassone – Poggiocurzo – 2015

Grape Varietal: 100 % Ciliegiolo
Tasting Notes: A light wine, almost Pinot Noir in style.  Crisp, clean red fruit are present, hints of cranberry and unripe cherry.
Pair it with: Roast Chicken
Region: Maremma, Tuscany
Did you know?: Ciliegiolo means ‘cherry’ in Italian and is a local variety in the region of Maremma, having been first introduced by returning pilgrims from Santiago de Compostela. Simona and Adriano owned an IT finance company in Milan before they bought the land in Massa Marittima to build Il Sassone, which faces the village Simona’s grand parents came from.

£16.50

Podere Alberese – Chianti – 2013

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About Podere Alberese – Chianti – 2013

Grape varietal: Sangiovese 90%,  Fogliatonda 10%

Tasting Notes:  Really floral on the nose. The Fogliatonda is a dark tannic grape, which gives a great deep colour to the wine. A wonderful entry level Chianti. 

Pair it with: Tomato based pasta dishes

Region: Siena, Tuscany. 

Did you know?: The producers do not release any of their wines unless they have rested in the bottle in their cellar for a minimum of six months. This means all the wines have had time to settle and rest, which gives them all a lovely rounded finish. 

£17.00

Pieve De Pitti – Scopaiolo – 2014

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About Pieve De Pitti – Scopaiolo – 2014

Grape Varietal: Syrah 95%, Petit Verdot 5%

Tasting Notes: Having spent some time in New Zealand, Caterina the wine maker wanted to produce a Syrah in a similar style to that from NZ.  This is a soft smooth Syrah, with a little white pepper spice and a hint of mocha and black cherry.

Pair it with: Lamb shank

Region: Pisa, Tuscany

Did you know?: The name Pieve de’ Pitti comes from the Florentine Pitti who owned the estate until the end of the XVII century and from the parish chapel of St. John of Pava, still consecrated (hallowed ground), that was built on the ruins of an ancient Etruscan church.

£19.00

Tenuta Mariani – Segreto Merlot 2016

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About Tenuta Mariani – Segreto Merlot 2016

Grape varietal:  Merlot 100%

Tasting Notes: This is a proper Merlot, if that’s your cup of tea then you will LOVE this wine.  A plummy wine with plenty of tannins, earthy flavours and notes of mocha bouncing about. 

Pair it with: Aged cheddar cheese

Region: Lucca, Tuscany

Did you know?: Located in the hillsides, but not far from the sea, Tenuta Mariani are part of the Wine Route of Lucca. 

£21.00

Sassotondo – Bianco di Pitigliano DOC “Isolina” – 2017

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About Sassotondo – Bianco di Pitigliano DOC “Isolina” – 2017

Grape Varietal: Trebbiano 70%, Sauvignon 20%, Greco 10%

Tasting Notes: Don’t let the colour put you off, this is a stonking wine! You can tall this is a volcanic wine with one look and one smell.  The wine has heaps of body and complexity and stacks of fruit flavours especially a poached pear note and a little lime zest twang.

Pair it with: Roast Chicken

Region: Pitigliano, Tuscany

Did you know?:  Owner and winemaker Eduardo Ventimiglia’s grandfather; Gaetano di Ventimiglia, was Alfred Hitchcock’s first camera operator. 

£22.00

Capolino Perlingieri – Sciasci – 2011

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About Capolino Perlingieri – Sciasci – 2011

Grape varietal: 50% Aglianico 50% Sciascinoso 

Tasting Notes: :  Aglianico is one of the most tannic grapes out there so the blend with the Sciascinoso is a wise move as it’s a very sweet and fruit grape variety.  This gives you a wine thats got wonderful strength in depth with a touch of sweetness on the tongue.

Pair it with: Grilled meats

Region: Campania, Southern Italy. 

Did you know?: Producer Alexia hails from a wine making family in Naples, her love of viticulture originating with her grandfather, who made wine while he was also serving in the first Italian Parliament.  She still lives on the farm with her mum who fell in love with Jackson when they met and kept sneaking him pizza at the dinner table.

£18.00

Poggio Al Gello – Rosso Del Gello – 2011

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About Poggio Al Gello – Rosso Del Gello – 2011

Grape varietal: Sangiovese 100%

Tasting Notes: A brightly coloured and full bodied Sangiovese that’s incredibly easy to drink.  The smell of young leather is present but not overwhelming, soft ripe red berries are very front and centre so this wine has everything you need from a top Sangiovese.

Pair it with: Ragu

Region: Grossetto, Southern Tuscany

Did you know?:  This wine comes from a small organic farm run by Alda and Giorgio,  a couple who had holidayed in the region since the 1970’s, and then decided that they wanted to live out that latter part of their life in the place they loved so much.

£20.00

Il Civettaio – Sangiovese – 2013

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About Il Civettaio – Sangiovese – 2013

Grape Varietals: 100% Sangiovese

Tasting Notes: .  This wine spends 2 years in 40HL oak barrels so give it a little time to open up and once it does it will blow your socks off.  A true expression of the Sangiovese grape, tobacco and leather are there as you would expect with hints of aniseed and liquorice on the finish.

Pair it with: Steak

Region: Paganico, Tuscany

Did you know?: Gregorio the producer studied economics at university, worked as an auditor until he turned 40.  Then on his 40th birthday he gave it all up to manage a farm and make wine.  What a legend.

£25.00

Villa Patrizia – Albatraia – 2016

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About Villa Patrizia – Albatraia – 2016

Grape varietal: Ciliegiolo 100% 

Tasting Notes: Dark in colour but light on the palate. This wine is still very young so can a little aggressive when first opened.  Give it some time and pair it with food and you will see the beauty of the single variety that we love so much.  Sour cherry is the stand out flavour with this one, along with a little unripe strawberry and a touch of mocha.

Pair it with: Cured meat

Region: Maremma, Tuscany. 

Did you know?: This ciliegiolo was the first ever wine Rob tried when he did his first tasting to launch his business. 

£23.00

Il Civettaio – Poggio Al Commissario – 2015

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About Il Civettaio – Poggio Al Commissario – 2015

Grape Varietals: Sangiovese (65%), Merlot (15%), Cabernet Sauvignon (15%) Alicante (5%)

Tasting Notes: An every day wine, a real crowd pleasing wine. Big dark fruity flavours, hints of tobacco,  spice and liquorice. 

Pair it with: Pork chops 

Region: Paganico, Tuscany

Did you know?: Everyone that stays with Gregorio at his agritourismo loves this wine when they arrived, as it’s so easy to drink and not a complicated wine.  Many a none red wine drinker has been converted with this wine though.

£19.99

Muralia – Manolibera – 2016

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About Muralia – Manolibera – 2016

Grape varietal: Sangiovese 50%, Cabernet 25%, Merlot 25%

Tasting Notes: This wine spends no time in oak so it’s light and fruity, there are good acidity levels which are well balanced with soft tannins.  This is a great every day wine.

Pair it with: Roast Chicken

Region: Roccastrada, Tuscany. 

Did you know?: This is winemaker Stefano Casali’s entry level wine. When we first asked Stefano what the blend was in percentage he said “Oh you know, a bit of this and a bit of that and we make a perfect wine”.   The logo of Muralia is your up turned left hand to represent that everything on the farm is done by hand

£17.00

Pieve Di Pitti – Appunto – 2014

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About Pieve Di Pitti – Appunto – 2014

Grape Varietal: Sangiovese 60% Merlot 40% 

Tasting Notes: A lovely ‘every day’ Tuscan wine, fruity and full bodied. Not too complex, just easy drinking with enough tannins to pair with food

Pair it with: Tomato based dish

Region: Pisa, Tuscany

Did you know?: Appunto means Full Stop in Italian. The producer Caterina is a super perfectionist, and handed this bottle of wine to her father who said “Appunto! This is it!”

£17.80

Pick your Six

 

The Jackson & Seddon ‘Pick your six’, lets you build your own box of our organic artisan wines from Italy.

 

All of the wines we source are created using organic methods, which involves the smallest amount of intervention from the winemaker, and no pesticides are used at all during the lifespan of the vines.
Wines that are better for you and better for the world we live in.

 

Delivery will be calculated at checkout. 

 

Category:

£0.00

Podere Alberese – Trebbiano – 2017

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About Podere Alberese – Trebbiano – 2017

Grape varietal: 100% Trebbiano

Tasting Notes: Crisp, fresh, good acidity, light bodied with a hint of lemon and savoury notes.   A perfect summer wine.

Pair it with: White fish

Region: Siena, Tuscany.

Did you know? : The producers use old vines to produce their wines. This means the vines are over 60 years old, which means the quantity of grapes they produce is low, but the quality is exceptionally high.

£15.00

Il Sassone – Poggiocurzo – 2015

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About Il Sassone – Poggiocurzo – 2015

Grape Varietal: 100 % Ciliegiolo
Tasting Notes: A light wine, almost Pinot Noir in style.  Crisp, clean red fruit are present, hints of cranberry and unripe cherry.
Pair it with: Roast Chicken
Region: Maremma, Tuscany
Did you know?: Ciliegiolo means ‘cherry’ in Italian and is a local variety in the region of Maremma, having been first introduced by returning pilgrims from Santiago de Compostela. Simona and Adriano owned an IT finance company in Milan before they bought the land in Massa Marittima to build Il Sassone, which faces the village Simona’s grand parents came from.

£16.50

Podere Alberese – Chianti – 2013

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About Podere Alberese – Chianti – 2013

Grape varietal: Sangiovese 90%,  Fogliatonda 10%

Tasting Notes:  Really floral on the nose. The Fogliatonda is a dark tannic grape, which gives a great deep colour to the wine. A wonderful entry level Chianti. 

Pair it with: Tomato based pasta dishes

Region: Siena, Tuscany. 

Did you know?: The producers do not release any of their wines unless they have rested in the bottle in their cellar for a minimum of six months. This means all the wines have had time to settle and rest, which gives them all a lovely rounded finish. 

£17.00

Pieve De Pitti – Scopaiolo – 2014

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About Pieve De Pitti – Scopaiolo – 2014

Grape Varietal: Syrah 95%, Petit Verdot 5%

Tasting Notes: Having spent some time in New Zealand, Caterina the wine maker wanted to produce a Syrah in a similar style to that from NZ.  This is a soft smooth Syrah, with a little white pepper spice and a hint of mocha and black cherry.

Pair it with: Lamb shank

Region: Pisa, Tuscany

Did you know?: The name Pieve de’ Pitti comes from the Florentine Pitti who owned the estate until the end of the XVII century and from the parish chapel of St. John of Pava, still consecrated (hallowed ground), that was built on the ruins of an ancient Etruscan church.

£19.00

Tenuta Mariani – Segreto Merlot 2016

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About Tenuta Mariani – Segreto Merlot 2016

Grape varietal:  Merlot 100%

Tasting Notes: This is a proper Merlot, if that’s your cup of tea then you will LOVE this wine.  A plummy wine with plenty of tannins, earthy flavours and notes of mocha bouncing about. 

Pair it with: Aged cheddar cheese

Region: Lucca, Tuscany

Did you know?: Located in the hillsides, but not far from the sea, Tenuta Mariani are part of the Wine Route of Lucca. 

£21.00

Sassotondo – Bianco di Pitigliano DOC “Isolina” – 2017

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About Sassotondo – Bianco di Pitigliano DOC “Isolina” – 2017

Grape Varietal: Trebbiano 70%, Sauvignon 20%, Greco 10%

Tasting Notes: Don’t let the colour put you off, this is a stonking wine! You can tall this is a volcanic wine with one look and one smell.  The wine has heaps of body and complexity and stacks of fruit flavours especially a poached pear note and a little lime zest twang.

Pair it with: Roast Chicken

Region: Pitigliano, Tuscany

Did you know?:  Owner and winemaker Eduardo Ventimiglia’s grandfather; Gaetano di Ventimiglia, was Alfred Hitchcock’s first camera operator. 

£22.00

Capolino Perlingieri – Sciasci – 2011

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About Capolino Perlingieri – Sciasci – 2011

Grape varietal: 50% Aglianico 50% Sciascinoso 

Tasting Notes: :  Aglianico is one of the most tannic grapes out there so the blend with the Sciascinoso is a wise move as it’s a very sweet and fruit grape variety.  This gives you a wine thats got wonderful strength in depth with a touch of sweetness on the tongue.

Pair it with: Grilled meats

Region: Campania, Southern Italy. 

Did you know?: Producer Alexia hails from a wine making family in Naples, her love of viticulture originating with her grandfather, who made wine while he was also serving in the first Italian Parliament.  She still lives on the farm with her mum who fell in love with Jackson when they met and kept sneaking him pizza at the dinner table.

£18.00

Poggio Al Gello – Rosso Del Gello – 2011

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About Poggio Al Gello – Rosso Del Gello – 2011

Grape varietal: Sangiovese 100%

Tasting Notes: A brightly coloured and full bodied Sangiovese that’s incredibly easy to drink.  The smell of young leather is present but not overwhelming, soft ripe red berries are very front and centre so this wine has everything you need from a top Sangiovese.

Pair it with: Ragu

Region: Grossetto, Southern Tuscany

Did you know?:  This wine comes from a small organic farm run by Alda and Giorgio,  a couple who had holidayed in the region since the 1970’s, and then decided that they wanted to live out that latter part of their life in the place they loved so much.

£20.00

Il Civettaio – Sangiovese – 2013

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Jackson's pick

About Il Civettaio – Sangiovese – 2013

Grape Varietals: 100% Sangiovese

Tasting Notes: .  This wine spends 2 years in 40HL oak barrels so give it a little time to open up and once it does it will blow your socks off.  A true expression of the Sangiovese grape, tobacco and leather are there as you would expect with hints of aniseed and liquorice on the finish.

Pair it with: Steak

Region: Paganico, Tuscany

Did you know?: Gregorio the producer studied economics at university, worked as an auditor until he turned 40.  Then on his 40th birthday he gave it all up to manage a farm and make wine.  What a legend.

£25.00

Villa Patrizia – Albatraia – 2016

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About Villa Patrizia – Albatraia – 2016

Grape varietal: Ciliegiolo 100% 

Tasting Notes: Dark in colour but light on the palate. This wine is still very young so can a little aggressive when first opened.  Give it some time and pair it with food and you will see the beauty of the single variety that we love so much.  Sour cherry is the stand out flavour with this one, along with a little unripe strawberry and a touch of mocha.

Pair it with: Cured meat

Region: Maremma, Tuscany. 

Did you know?: This ciliegiolo was the first ever wine Rob tried when he did his first tasting to launch his business. 

£23.00

Il Civettaio – Poggio Al Commissario – 2015

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About Il Civettaio – Poggio Al Commissario – 2015

Grape Varietals: Sangiovese (65%), Merlot (15%), Cabernet Sauvignon (15%) Alicante (5%)

Tasting Notes: An every day wine, a real crowd pleasing wine. Big dark fruity flavours, hints of tobacco,  spice and liquorice. 

Pair it with: Pork chops 

Region: Paganico, Tuscany

Did you know?: Everyone that stays with Gregorio at his agritourismo loves this wine when they arrived, as it’s so easy to drink and not a complicated wine.  Many a none red wine drinker has been converted with this wine though.

£19.99

Muralia – Manolibera – 2016

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About Muralia – Manolibera – 2016

Grape varietal: Sangiovese 50%, Cabernet 25%, Merlot 25%

Tasting Notes: This wine spends no time in oak so it’s light and fruity, there are good acidity levels which are well balanced with soft tannins.  This is a great every day wine.

Pair it with: Roast Chicken

Region: Roccastrada, Tuscany. 

Did you know?: This is winemaker Stefano Casali’s entry level wine. When we first asked Stefano what the blend was in percentage he said “Oh you know, a bit of this and a bit of that and we make a perfect wine”.   The logo of Muralia is your up turned left hand to represent that everything on the farm is done by hand

£17.00

Pieve Di Pitti – Appunto – 2014

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About Pieve Di Pitti – Appunto – 2014

Grape Varietal: Sangiovese 60% Merlot 40% 

Tasting Notes: A lovely ‘every day’ Tuscan wine, fruity and full bodied. Not too complex, just easy drinking with enough tannins to pair with food

Pair it with: Tomato based dish

Region: Pisa, Tuscany

Did you know?: Appunto means Full Stop in Italian. The producer Caterina is a super perfectionist, and handed this bottle of wine to her father who said “Appunto! This is it!”

£17.80

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