Mastroberardino vineyards in Pompeii, in Campania. (Giuseppe Calabrese)
From the Apr 30, 2019, issue

The Aglianico grape is primed for discovery by those seeking distinctive, full-bodied reds with depth of flavor, vibrant tension and ageability. It is to southern Italy what Nebbiolo is to Piedmont and Sangiovese is to Tuscany: a signature variety whose centuries of cultivation tie it tightly to the local landscape and which produces wines of distinctive character.

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