Aglianico

Native of southern Italian vineyards, this red grape has a jammy, raisiny stuffing to it which makes it seem ‘warm’ to drink, particularly with richer stews on a chilly winter night. Good structure from a higher acidity than you might expect in hot climes, it blends well with Sangiovese too.

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  1. Aglianico del Vulture, Le Ralle, Alovini
    Aglianico del Vulture DOC, Le Ralle, Alovini 2012
    Aglianico 13.0% Vol
    Italy >
    A deep crimson colour, smoky aromas and damson fruit balanced by soft tannins make this a...
    £11.70 per bottle
  2. Taurasi, Fatica Contadina, Terredora
    Taurasi DOCG, Fatica Contadina, Terredora Di Paolo 2011
    Aglianico 14.0% Vol
    Italy > South of Italy
    A sweet cherry nose and extremely fine strawberry and raspberry fruit are reminiscent of a good...
    £32.00 per bottle
  3. Aglianico del Vulture, Le Ralle, Alovini
    Aglianico del Vulture DOC, Le Ralle, Alovini 2015
    Aglianico 13.0% Vol
    Italy > South of Italy
    A deep crimson colour, smoky aromas and damson fruit balanced by soft tannins make this a...
    £11.70 per bottle
  4. Terre degli Eventi, Basilicata, Alovini
    Terra degli Eventi, Basilicata IGT, Alovini 2015
    Aglianico 12.5% Vol
    Italy > South of Italy
    From the wild, sparsely populated state that occupies the 'instep' of Italy's boot-shaped South,...
    £9.95 per bottle

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