Wedged just above the instep of Italy is the region of Campania. As with southern Italy in general, there has been a lot more interest in Campanian wines in recent years. Aglianico – a name probably derived from vitis hellenica meaning ‘Greek vine’, reflecting Italy’s vinous connections with the Ancient Greeks – is probably Campania’s best red grape.
2012 KLEOS Aglianico Luigi Maffini
Deep ruby. A smoky nuance complements aromas of red cherry and underbrush. Smooth, dense and juicy, with clean flavors of red cherry and savory herbs. Finishes suave and persistent. Maffini’s red...(read more)Ian d'Agata, www.vinousmedia.com
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