Calabria

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a region of southern Italy (forming the toe of the Italian 'boot')

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We want to build on the success achieved by Peter Lehmann Wines already in the UK and develop that further by targeting the independent sector in the off-trade and on-trade," said Enotria marketing manager Damian Carrington.
Wineries, can make excellent wines from these grapes, but the marketplace is still focused on the "International Varietals" of Cabernet, Pinot noir, Chardonnay, Merlot and Sauvignon blanc, Some wineries have forged ahead exclusively with a Mediterranean varietal program, such as Monte Volpe, Enotria and McDowell Valley.
Some of the wines, sourced from major importers such as Liberty and Enotria can also be found on the shelves of other leading independent wine merchants in the region, and Dillies also carry a welcome selection from local Portuguese wine importers, Martavine and Portovino.
Under the name of Camille Cayron, the range is listed by Liberty Wines and Enotria.
Guests enjoyed a menu of Italian-inspired dishes, using the best of North West produce, while the wines were specially matched to the food by Enotria wine merchants and a special cheese board was provided by Pendrills.
We see a potential move back to the lighter more food-friendly style of the Old World," says Damian Carrington, marketing manager at Enotria.
Mark Kermode, Enotria Winecellars, in Harpers supplement on California wine, March '99.
Filled with ancient history, these one hundred year old Primitivo vineyards are in Manduria in Puglia, Italy, which was part of the original Enotria.