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When in Rome Organic Nero di Troia Red Wine


Enjoy this beautiful organic Nero di Troia from When in Rome, personally picked by Phillip Schofield and produced by La Cantina di Andria in Puglia. Delivered to (or through!) your door in a much more sustainable way.

Why you will love our flat wine bottles 


Our full-sized, 750ml flat bottles look far more elegant on the dining table than bag-in-box or can.


Fit double the amount into your fridge or shelf, and they're easily transportable. Plus, if you order a single bottle it can be delivered through the letterbox!


Made from 100% recycled PET, pre-existing not single-use plastic, our bottles are fully, easily and widely recyclable, use far less wasteful protective packaging and have a hugely reduced carbon footprint when compared to typical, glass wine bottles.


Tasting notes: A deep red, rippling with blackcurrant, plum & red cherry notes. The firm structure finishes with complex notes of violets, star anise & fig. This red is perfect with black olives, rosemary focaccia, fig, artichoke, black lentil burgers, roast lamb and cheese.


750ml // 13.5% ABV 

You must be 18+ to purchase this product.


Delivery & Shipping Information

Shipping is currently free on all orders. Delivery will take between 2-5 working days from dispatch. Orders will be dispatched within one working day of ordering. No orders will be dispatched at the weekend. Orders placed after 12 noon on Friday will not be dispatched until Monday. 

Please note that in line with Royal Mail cut off dates, we cannot be sure of delivery in time for Christmas for any order placed after 12 noon on Friday 17 December. 

We only send bottles out using our letterbox-friendly packaging. If you order multiple bottles, they will be sent separately. Single bottles are designed to fit through an average UK letterbox. Parcel dimensions are W15cmxH4cmxL39cm. Please note that letterbox delivery cannot be guaranteed. 

We currently only ship to the UK. If you can't wait to get your hands on our flat bottles tweet us to let us know which countries we should expand to next!