The little brother to the famous Super Tuscan Grattamacco, Rosso is already a serious wine, and a great value, too.
Another day, another Aglianico. An even better one. I put this into a lineup which featured names like Domaine de Trevallon, and it performed well, liked by all the tasters (they tasted it blind). This was sadly our last tasting before the coronavirus hit Hungary… I wonder when will we able to sit together again.
Ten years ago I drank more Italian wines than in the period that followed that, and which was (and still is) dominated by French wines. Back then the noble grape of the South, Aglianico was one of my favourites, and recently I felt that it’s time to revisit the genre so I ordered a few bottles.
A proper red if you are in Tuscany mood. Continue reading