"It's awesome - very deep, silky smooth with enormous depths of flavour", raved our Italian buyer Anne. Exactly why top fine wine critic Robert Parker rates Farnese for their "exceptional quality". We sneak previewed it at a recent tasting where it was wine of the event ... with double the votes of its nearest rival. Winemaker Filippo Baccalaro cherry picks tiny parcels of soft, ripe Montepulciano, cherry-fresh Sangiovese, deep, dark Primitivo and spicy Negroamaro from rising star vineyards in southern Italian hotspots like Puglia and Abruzzo. So a humble Vino da Tavola label and price ... for a super rich, aristocratic thoroughbred. Amazing value, given Farnese's credentials - three times singled out by Italy's premier wine guide as the country's finest. You'll love its deep red colour and fruit-forward flavour. Drink with hearty roast vegetable stew or simply unwind with a large glass on its own.