A real powerhouse red, Phillip Schofield has personally chosen a wine that is rippling with blackcurrant, plum and red cherry notes. The firm structure finishes with complex hues of violets, star anise and fig. The origins of the name Nero di Troia are uncertain. Troia is a small village in the Puglia region, near where this wine is made. Furthermore, Troia is the Italian word for Troy in Ancient Greece and, just like a Trojan horse, hidden inside this humble box is a powerful, intensely fruity ruby red wine.- Learn more about When In Rome
Forget everything you know (or think you know) about box wine. All of our beautiful craft wines come from small, independent producers and are brought to the UK by train or ship, resulting in a 90% decrease in CO2 emissions compared to drinking wine from single use glass bottles. Once opened, the wine inside each box stays fresh for up to six weeks and, because box wine is far cheaper to package and transport, you’ll get more wine for your money. Now offering the new Phillip Schofield range direct to Flavourly.
Country folk in Italy like to visit their local winery with a refillable container - fill it with wine, take it home, decant and enjoy. At When in Rome, we put high quality, authentic wines like these into boxes and bring them to the UK. Once opened, each box stays fresh for up to six weeks and, because box wine is far cheaper to package and transport, you’ll get more wine for your money.View the When In Rome page