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Aglianico

Aglianico: the bold and robust 'Barolo of the South', with its dark fruits, high acidity, and firm tannins, making it a wine of power and depth that embodies the spirit of Southern Italy

Varietal origin: Aglianico is a red grape varietal that is believed to have originated in ancient Greece and was later brought to Italy. It is mainly grown in Southern Italy, particularly in the regions of Campania and Basilicata, where it has a long history of cultivation.

Typical taste profiles: Aglianico wines are known for their bold and robust character. They are typically full-bodied with high acidity and firm tannins. Aglianico wines exhibit flavors of dark fruits such as blackberry, plum, and cherry, with notes of spices, leather, and licorice. They are known for their complexity and often benefit from aging to develop further depth and complexity.

Regional styles: Aglianico is used to produce a variety of wine styles in different regions of Italy. In Campania, Aglianico wines are often bold and structured, with intense fruit flavors and a long aging potential. In Basilicata, Aglianico wines are known for their rustic and earthy character, with firm tannins and a pronounced mineral quality. Some producers also use Aglianico in blends with other grape varietals, such as Sangiovese or Cabernet Sauvignon, to add additional complexity and structure.

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