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Italian Food & Wine

Terre d'Italia is located in the heart of St Helier. Our selection promotes Italian native grapes and traditional regional food based on some heritage ingredients - all grown in a sustainable environment.

Terre d’Italia also hosts a variety of public events aiming to demonstrate the diversity of the Italian wine and food scene, with an additional focus on the cultural and material history that defined regional styles.

As a complimentary part of the public programme, the shop’s library has a selection of cooking books, books about wine, social and art history, and travel guides. Everybody is welcomed to spend some time in the shop browsing through the selection to get some ideas for a dinner or for future trips to Italy.

Terre d’Italia offers a bespoke approach to private events allowing flexibility in a theme, style, and the budget of an event and aims to fulfil goals set-up by a client in a best possible way.

Visit us to experience the true delights of Italian culture!

Wine of the week 5% off

This is a fresh and elegant blend of Merlot 40%, Cabernet Franc 30%, Cabernet Sauvignon 15%,
Syrah 15%.

It is an essence of Bolgheri DOC.

meal of the week 5% off

Enjoy our delicious range of organic Italian biscotti from a passionate and artisanal Tuscan bakery.

Handcrafted chocolate biscotti (vegan); walnuts, candid orange peel and spices cavalucci; nougat and other delights.

this month's region

BOLGHERI, TOSCANA

On August 31, 2019, a magnificent ​gala-​dinner was set-up along the famous cypress road to celebrate 25 years since the first guidelines for the appellation were established.

Bolgheri is an area of Maremma on the coast of Tuscany adorned with a mix of cypress trees, pines and flowers.

Wine has been produced in this area at least since the 17th century. However, the area became internationally famous after Sassicaia, an Italian expression of Cabernet Sauvignon, won Decanter's blind Tasting in 1974. Following this success, plantations of Cabernet Sauvignon and other french varieties have been increased in the area. In 1984 Bolgheri has finally received its own DOC status, with 55 members of the Consortium of the producers now.

We are thrilled to represent two producers from this area: an established winery - Le Macchiole, and a young and thriving Podere Conca.

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our next event

We will be talking about truffles, cooking, recipes and wine pairing.

Truffles with vegetables, cheeses, salami, and your cooked meals.

The selection of different products will be available to taste and you can enjoy a glass of a red or white wine.