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Rollick Wines Grenache 

'Boot Full' Grenache is one that we are beyond excited about.   

GI (region where grapes sourced): Barossa Valley
Colour: Bright ruby red
Aroma: Immediately alluring with fragrant aromas of fresh raspberries, red currants and violets with a nice aromatic lift from the whole bunch fermentation
Palate: The bright and juicy palate shows layers of freshly cut red berries and rhubarb compote, balanced by a soft refreshing acidity and fine gentle tannins

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Pasta-topia by Deborah Kaloper and Alice Oehr 

Circumnavigate the delicious world of pasta with this one-of-a-kind, illustrated cookbook. Californian-born Deborah Kaloper lays down the law with over 60 incredible recipes, from rustic Italian classics to New World fusions.

Each of the chapters is based on pasta shape, namely: Long Pasta, Short Pasta, Flat and Ribbon-Cut Pasta, and so on. Satisfy the whole family with recipes for Spaghetti and Meatballs, Traditional Macaroni e Cheese. Then experiment with the really long and fun-sounding Italian words: Penne Arrabbiata, Mussels with Fregola, Gorgonzola Gnocchi al Forno, and many more.

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Briscola Card Game 

A deck of Italian cards consist of 40 cards, divided into four suits: Coins, Cups, Swords, and Clubs (or batons). The values on the cards range numerically from one through seven, plus three face cards in each suit: Knave [Fante in Italian], Knight [Cavallo in Italian], and King [Re in Italian]. A Knave is a lone human figure standing. The Knight is a human figure riding a horse. The King is a human figure wearing a crown. To determine the face value of any numeric card, simply count the number of suit icons on the card. The ace card of coins is usually a type of bird with circle in the middle.

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