Click and Collect

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Abbracci

Chocolate and vanilla biscuits

£2.55
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Baiocchi

Iconic hazelnut and cacao cookies

£2.45
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£2.70
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Cicche al Cacao

Gooey chocolate centre

£1.95
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ringo biscuits

Dare you not to eat them all!

£1.50
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savoiardi

For those willingto make tiramisu at home!

£2.70
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Settembrini

Heavenly fig biscuits

£2.40
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Tenerezze Limone

Decadent lemon cream biscuits

£1.90
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5 Sfizi Cipolla Nduja

Sfizi translates as 'fancy'. This takes care of the 5 things you fancy! Tropea onion, nduja, green olive, sundried tomato & olive oil

£4.45
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5 sfizi Cipolla Olive

Pate of Tropea onion, sundried tomato, chilli, green and black olive

£4.45
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bomba vaticana

If you like things spicy you'll love this!

£3.70
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cipolla agrodolce

Sweet and sour marinated Tropea onions

£3.60
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Condifileja Cipolla Nduja

Pasta sauce with Tropea onion and nduja

£4.45
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CondiFileja melanzane nduja

Traditional tomato sauce with aubergine and nduja

£4.45
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CondiFileja Melanzane

Old family recipe of tomato and aubergine sauce

£4.45
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crema peperoncino

Chilli preserve - use carefully!

£4.50
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Traditional hand made Calabrian pasta with chilli

£2.90
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fileja tropeani

Traditional Calabrian handmade pasta from Tropea

£2.90
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Marmellata Limoni

Delicious lemon jam

£3.70
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Mousse Cipolla e Peperoncino

Tropea onion and red chilli chutney

£4.45
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nduja di spilinga

The best of the best Nduja!

£5.40
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peperoncini interi

Whole chillies dried in the Calabrian sun

£4.50
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burrata

2 fresh burrata made by the incredible La Latteria

£5.80
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Burro la Valle Fiorita

Alpine milk butter

£3.90
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pecorino

Your very own wheel of 3 month aged Pecorino

£7.90
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200g of gooey blue cheese

£4.10
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200g of Grana ready to grate over just about anything

£4.90
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500g of fresh greek style yoghurt

£2.25
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mascarpone

Rich, creamy goodness

£2.90
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mozzarella bocconcino

2 fresh mozzarella from the incredible La Latteria

£4.50
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Provolone 200g

Once you start you won't stop!

£5.40
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fresh ricotta

250g of fresh ricotta from La Latteria

£5.00
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ricotta montella

300g of salted ricotta, if you know - you know!

£6.55
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smoked scamorza

Gorgeous smokey Scamorza from La Latteria

£7.80
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espresso martini

Each takeaway bottle contains two cocktails.

£13.50
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Godfather Sour

Each takeaway bottle contains two cocktails.

£13.50
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rosemary negroni

Each takeaway bottle contains two cocktails.

£13.50
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spicy margarita

Each takeaway bottle contains two cocktails.

£13.50
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£12.50
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crodino

When you need a drink but not the alcohol

£1.80
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limonata

£2.30
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melograno arancia

£2.30
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pompelmo

£2.30
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san bitter rosso

When you need a drink but not the alcohol

£1.80
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Santal ACE

330ml orange, carrot & lemon juice

£3.20
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Santal Apple

330ml green apple juice

£3.20
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Santal Peach

330ml peach juice with pulp

£3.20
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Santal Peach tea

Classic Italian peach flavoured iced tea

£2.00
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santal pear

330ml pear juice with pulp

£3.20
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tiramisu

Made fresh every day!

£6.50
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alpro almond

Barista alternative milk

£2.60
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alpro soya

Barista alternative milk

£2.05
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balsamic vinegar

A rich, 12 year aged Balsamic from Modena

£13.35
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capers in salt

Capers in salt

£1.95
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cherry tomatoes

£1.20
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chick peas

£0.90
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Crema Porcini e Tartufi

Little jars of luxurious truffle and mushroom cream

£4.80
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borlotti

£0.90
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cannellini

£0.90
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If you've never tried buttered bread with a slice of anchovy get cracking!

£3.05
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eggs

£1.65
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lentils

£0.90
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A northern Italian crispbread translating as Mother-in-Law's Tongue (reputed to spread rumours). A perfect addition to you cheese board.

£5.60
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oatly

The perfect oat milk for your coffee

£2.15
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olive oil

1lt EVO

£9.50
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farina tipo

1.5kg bag

£3.10
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truffle sauce

Truffle sauce

£3.15
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paprika crisps

A spicy guilty pleasure

£2.95
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tomato crisps

The taste of Italian holidays

£2.95
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taralli classica

400g of the iconic Puglian snack

£2.90
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taralli finoccino

400g fennel flavoured Puglian snack

£2.90
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finicchio Taralli

Smaller bags of your favourite treat

£2.10
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taralli peperonchino

Smaller bags of spicy treats

£2.10
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truffle honey

£4.95
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Aubergine Parmigiana

Easy vegetarian, gluten free and cheesy dinner 500g

£6.00
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lasagna

Handmade lasagna bolognese - authentically Italian and vey meaty 500g portion

£5.85
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fresh ravioli

250g

£5.50
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ricotta pasta

Fresh gluten free pasta 250g

£3.80
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antipasto

Prosciutto Crudo, Salame Montanaro, Salame di Modena & Pancetta

£7.25
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Cacciatore in Filza

Small Cured Salami

£5.60
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£2.85
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Listarelle Guanciale

Sliced Guanciale - the secret to Carbonara & Amatricana sauce

£4.90
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pork and n'duja meatballs

Spice up your pasta with a little Nduja, 300g tray

£4.50
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Pork onion parsley meatball

Take the hard work out of spaghetti & meatballs 300g tray

£3.90
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salami del tartufo

Sliced cooked ham with truffle

£4.30
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salame barolo

Barolo cured salami

£7.56
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Cacciatore in Filza

Traditional white salami

£12.46
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salami

Wild boar cured salami

£8.10
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salsiccia classico

Utterly divine Italian sausages

£4.00
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mortadella

£3.75
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proscuitto di parma

£6.55
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sliced salame felino

Sliced cured salami

£3.95
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smoked pancetta cubes

140g of smoked pancetta cubes

£4.10
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penne rigate

500g of Barilla

£1.10
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penne

£3.15
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Semola Rimacinata

£1.70
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spaghetti

£3.15
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focaccia dough

1 pizza dough ball, stretch her, top her and give her about ten minutes in your oven at its hottest.

£1.00
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pizza kit

2 pizza dough balls, tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella

£7.75
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Besciamella

200ml of an Italian staple

£1.00
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passata

Organic passata from a biodynamic farm in Alba

£3.80
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arrabbiata sauce

Organic spicy tomato sauce from a biodynamic farm in Alba

£3.80
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tomato and basil sauce

£3.80
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sweet pepper sauce

Organic tomato & red pepper sauce from a biodynamic farm in Alba

£3.80
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We opened this wine on Christmas Day - it's a wine we know well, but we hadn't had in years. Blown away is an understatement. The complexity is astounding - bright and tropical on the nose, but rich and almost buttery on the palate. This is an exceptional wine which I would be happy to pay over £30 for. But you only have to pay £19.50!

£19.50
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chardonnay

Pojer & Sandri, Trentino – These guys are utterly bonkers! They used to sell illegal grappa but it was so good that the police helped them fill out the forms to get legal! Their winery is like the James Bond gadget centre – they work in partnership with the oenological school down the mountain and test out the latest technology. When we visited they had discovered a gentle bubble bath to remove dirt from the grapes but keep the natural yeast safe. Bonkers! Chardonnay gets a bad rap because it was ruined by California for a while – this is clean Chardonnay. This is what it really tastes like. Clean, gentle peach notes with a great finish.

£18.00
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gavi

Tenuta San Pietro, Piemonte An organic & biodynamic estate where the winemakers strive to let the true expression of the grape sing. This is the only Gavi I drink. There is nothing better and every time I return to it I get that same fairly smug feeling of having a great secret – now it’s yours too! Floral and stone fruit on the nose with a long mineral finish. Superb!

£19.75
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venturin

Rosade Furlane, Friuli Venezia Giulia Not everyone can afford an estate. But that doesn’t mean they can’t make great wine. These folks buy quality grapes and vinify them superbly. Their wines are staples in our home. Name a grape – it’s in here but the result is harmonious and delicious! Chardonnay, Friulano, Gewurtzraminer, Müller Thurgau, Pinot Bianco & Sauvignon Blanc.

£11.00
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prosecco

Botter, Veneto A family owned and run estate since 1928 Refined bubbles and no hangovers yet (and I’ve had tons!)

£15.00
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Baiocco Sangiovese, Organic

£13.50
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barbera

Villa Monsignore, Piemonte Langhe is Italy’s most illustrious wine region and this grape is its workhorse. Violet and dark cherries on the nose and notes of chocolate on the finish. Very easy drinking!

£13.15
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villa sparina

Villa Sparina, Piemonte These folks produce one of the very top Gavi wines (shout if you want us to get one in). Having now done my research it turns out it’s also a 4* hotel and Michelin starred restaurant. (Feel free to start dropping hints to Bruno on my behalf).

£11.00
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montefalco rosso

Antonelli, Umbria A signore Antonelli bought the estate in 1881 from the Archbishop, the church had already been enjoying the spoils of the land for 600yrs. There are 170ha of idyllic rolling hills, 40 of which are devoted to vines and the rest to olives and farmland. Bruno visited recently with his mum – I demand to be included next time!

£10.75
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il musmeci, etna rosso

Tenuta Fessina, Sicily A truly volcanic estate – it sits on the intersection of two lava flows dating from 1300. This wine is the jewel in their crown – it accompanies many of our special occasions. Most of the vines are 90yrs old but some are pre-phylloxera and 150yrs old. This is a wine that would cost more than double in a restaurant. If you’re a fan of Burgundy then you’ll love this – the soil gives that great earthy quality and a 2012 Etna Rosso will taste like a much older Burgundy.

£36.50
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merlot

Rosade Furlane, Friuli Venezia Giulia Not everyone can afford an estate. But that doesn’t mean they can’t make great wine. These folks buy quality grapes and vinify them superbly. Their wines are staples in our home. Very juicy and very drinkable.

£10.50
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Cantine Volpi, Abruzzo A cooperative of organic farmers Very quaffable and with good structure.

£11.75
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morellino di scansano

PoggioargentierA, Maremma A fairly new winery (1997) hence the modernist use of capitals! This is a brilliant example of how terroir changes a wine. The soil in Maremma is much sandier than in Tuscany and the resulting Sangiovese is barely recognisable compared to its fancy cousins in Montalcino or Montelpuciano. As the name suggests it bears a fruity resemblance to the darker morello cherries. This is a round, juicy wine.

£16.50
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nero d'avola

La Mura, Sicilia An organic winemaker keeping yields low and the flavours concentrated. Classic – red berries gushing and gorgeous soft tannins.

£11.15
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lenzini

The Lenzini Estate, Tuscany covers 24 hectares in the foothills of Lucca, in the beautiful area of Gragnano. It is nestled in a natural amphitheatre which benefits from its own particular microclimate. Vines have been growing here since the Etruscans. The estate has been farmed organically & biodynamically since 2007. A classic Super Tuscan blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah and Alicante. Aged in oak for 24 months before release.

£22.50
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ruche

Dacapo, Piemonte Brothers breaking the rules in Piemonte – using ancient varieties and trusting their instincts instead of trying to fit in. Bruno and I met because of this wine. Come in and we’ll tell you the story! Very little of this grape is left, it was the farmers wine. Along with their lunch time paninos they would drink carafes of this. It is deceptively feminine on the nose with rose and strawberries but the structure and earthiness come through and surprise you on the palate.

£25.00
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sagrantino

Antonelli, Umbria A signore Antonelli bought the estate in 1881 from the Archbishop, the church had already been enjoying the spoils of the land for 600yrs. There are 170ha of idyllic rolling hills, 40 of which are devoted to vines and the rest to olives and farmland. Bruno visited recently with his mum – I demand to be included next time! This is a very special wine. The kind you’ll remember. A single vineyard wine from an ancient grape which ages for 30 months in oak, then 6 in concrete and finally 2 in the bottle before they let it leave the estate. This is a wine with pheromones. Spicy, sexy and complex.

£52.50
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valpolicella

Le Bertarole, Veneto From the same region as the all guns blazing Amarone (my Dad’s favourite) comes a slightly more approachable wine. Always made using a careful blend of Corvina, Rondinella & Corvinone grapes. Sour cherry and floral nose and then full and velvety in the mouth.

£13.50
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vino nobile di montepulciano

Gracciano della Seta, Toscana We’ve been sampling the top end Brunello wines to try and find something top end for those occasions which warrant it – but nothing has beaten this yet. Why pay 3 times more? Pure silk. 90% Prugnolo Gentile (Sangiovese) 10% Merlot

£25.00
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