I've been enjoying a bottle of Rosso di Valtellina DOC “Umo” 2015 - Boffalora as recommended by Louise at Prohibition Wines. It's not exactly cheap at £23ish, but I loved its lightness. Very pale in appearance and light on the nose. Elegant slightly smokey raspberry with some cherry juice. Has the weightless feel of a mountain wine (if that makes sense). Guile more than power. Possibly some rose petals - maybe subtle hints of turkish delight? Fresh acidity - could almost be a rosé! However, I was wondering what other wines are similar to this at a more attractive price point? It could be that quality costs, but I'm sure that there's a chance that entry level offerings from other wineries within 100 miles of Nebbiolo's traditional home could provide value? BTW, I did find that this is available from an Italian shipper that has pretentions of being UK-based (from Wine-Searcher's POV) called Tannico. Maybe they're the new CallMeWine, but put in a modest order for a few bottles of this and some other similar stuff.