Aglianico (ag-lee-ANN-ee-co)

Ancient grape planted almost exclusively in southern Italy. In Campania, it makes the famous wine called Taurasi, and in Basilicata, the wine aglianico del Vulture. Aglianico appears related to several southern Italian grapes but its parents are not known.


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