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Cinque Campi

Bora Lunga

Bora Lunga

👉 Crisp, Balanced, Subtle

Regular price HK$340.00
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🍷 : White

📍: Emilia Romagna, Italy

👃🏻: Apple, passion fruit, subtle hints of grape skin

👅 : Crisp, fresh, with a balanced acidity

🍴: Steamed fish with ginger & scallions, stir-fried clams

Bora Lunga is a vintage white wine made from Spergola and Moscato grapes grown in clay soils with a limited yield per plant. After three days of maceration with the grape skins, the wine is aged for a year in steel before bottling. With subtle hints of apple and passion fruit and a crisp, fresh finish, Bora Lunga pairs well with seafood such as grilled shrimp, ceviche, and seafood pasta dishes. It also complements light salads and vegetarian dishes.

More Information

Winemaker: Cinque Campi

Region: Emilia Romagna, Italy

Grape: Spergola & Moscato

ABV: 12.5%

Volume: 750 ml

Tasting Note

Style: Fine & Balanced

Natural Scale: Classic

Body: LIght

Acidity: Low

Tannin: Low

Shipping Fees & Time

Standard Shipping (SF Express):

  • HK$70 (Hong Kong)
  • HK$150 (Macau)
  • FREE shipping for orders of HK$1000 or more.
  • Shipping time: 1-2 business days (Hong Kong); 3-5 business days (Macau)

Express Delivery (Hong Kong only):

  • Same-day delivery if you place your order before 2pm.
  • Please contact us for the delivery fees.
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Cinque Campi

Cinque Campi is a family-owned farm managed by Vanni Nizzoli located in the foothills of the Reggio Apennines, with a history of over 200 years. They began formal organic production in 2003 and started replanting indigenous vines in 2005, leading to higher quality products. The farm believes in maintaining natural balance, with organic practices used in vine cultivation and all other productions. Their unprocessed wines contain no added sulfites, reflecting the natural balance of the area detected in their wines.

New Arrivals


    All our growers use sustainable methods that are free from pesticides or any other harmful chemicals.


    Conventional wines can contain up to 350 parts per million sulfites, while the amount allowed in Natural wines hovers around 20 PPMS (parts-per millions).


    Commercial wineries can use up to 56 EU-approved additives (like toxic dimethyl dicarbonate) while our growers do not.

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