We are halfway through ‘Lockdown 2.0’, yet we still don’t know if we will be allowed to see our loved ones or dine in our favourite restaurants this Christmas. At times when it’s almost impossible to make any plans, there’s no reason why we cannot plan a fine dining experience in the comfort of our own home. Therefore we are delighted to offer a range of gourmet boxes combining the finest delicacy known to November, truffles – alongside some of Italy’s greatest wines. Today’s offering is all you need for a perfect truffle pasta night: fresh black or white truffles and aged parmesan, as well as truffle butter and fresh pasta made by Masterchef: The Professionals Rematch winner, Sven Hanson-Britt. These treats will be delivered to you along with the perfect wines to accompany your truffle feast. Each box includes a selection of:

– Tignanello 2017
– Prunotto Barolo Bussia 2015
– Antinori Cervaro Della Sala Bianco 2018
This exceptional food and wine package is available for as little as £200 and contains 2 bottles and enough pasta and truffles for four generous portions.
Black Truffle Box – £200
40g black truffles
4 portions of fresh tagliatelle pasta
1 block of truffle butter
1×75 Prunotto Barolo Bussia 2015
1×75 Antinori Cervaro Della Sala Bianco 2018
White Truffle Box, £300
40g white truffles
4 portions of fresh tagliatelle pasta
150g aged parmesan
1×75 Tignanello 2017
1×75 Antinori Cervaro Della Sala Bianco 2018

We are also pleased to offer a smaller box, perfect for two people.
White Truffle Box, £265
25g white truffles
2 portions of fresh tagliatelle pasta
150g aged parmesan
1×75 Tignanello 2017
1×75 Antinori Cervaro Della Sala Bianco 2018
The truffles are supplied by the UK’s leading truffle curator, who works with the top restaurants in the country, so you can be assured that the delicacies on your plate have just been hunted in the woods days ago. Winter black truffles are known for their rich, decadent and utterly delicious flavour. As for the white counterparts, their aroma is praised by chefs around the world and is certainly beyond compare. These types of truffles are usually served raw – grated or sliced over a dish (traditionally, egg, pasta or risotto).
Let us add a few words on the wines, selected by our team of experts, to create perfect pairings with your truffle delights.

Tignanello is a legendary name in Italian wine-making and undoubtedly one of the most sought-after Italian reds. This wine was the first in Tuscany to combine Sangiovese with non-traditional international varieties, effectively creating the Super Tuscan category. Fruit comes from a 57-hectare section of the Tenuta Tignanello from a vineyard located 390 metres above sea level, with limestone rock and soils of marine origin. The wine is fermented in oak tanks and aged up to 16 months in a combination of mostly French and some Hungarian oak. Critics describe the 2017 vintage as “dark, exuberant and inviting” (96 pts, RP Wine Advocate), “a dense, really pinpointed red with plums and hazelnuts. Full-bodied and very polished with fine, creamy tannins and a long, flavorful finish” (96 pts, James Suckling). A wine that is just entering its drinking window now and certainly has a very long aging potential.
Prunotto Barolo Bussia 2015 comes from the most precious jewel in Prunotto’s crown of vineyards and all within Piedmont’s best appelations: Vigna Colonnello, in the Bussia sub-region. The vineyard, located in a natural amphitheater with mixed soils of clay, tufa and sand, is perfect for Nebbiolo. Grapes are all hand-harvested before maceration and fermentation in stainless steel tanks. The wine is aged in oak barrels for about 18 months. The 2015 release is a “really fresh and delicious Barolo” showing “bright red cherries with a neat and approachable, fruit-forward feel that is all about charm” (93 pts, James Suckling). It is also characterized by “a dusty mineral note of crushed seashell or slate that cuts through the entirety of this wine. That dusty, almost salty characteristic is accompanied by wild berry, wild rose, dark spice and licorice”. 94 pts, The Wine Advocate.
Antinori Cervaro Della Sala Bianco 2018 earned its place in the pantheon of the greatest white wines. It’s a beautiful full-bodied blend of Grechetto and Chardonnay, powerful enough to withstand the truffles flavour. Coming from a Marchesi Antinori estate in Umbria, this blend shows a complex nose with “stone, sliced cooked apple and hints of toffee. Full-bodied, with a density and freshness and liveliness. Vivid and energetic”. 96 pts, James Suckling.
This offer is very limited, so please do not hesitate to secure your delicious box and to indulge yourself and your nearest loved ones in a truffle feast. Should you have any particular requests for other wines to be added to your box, please let us know and we will do our best to suit your requirements. We are also able to offer food only boxes, with no wine included, upon request.
We want you to have a truly delicious Christmas this year, with this in mind we have prepared several gourmet sets. Stay tuned for our coming offers: a wine and chocolate box, and some lush Christmas hampers.