Aglianico del Vulture has venerable roots. It is believed that it was introduced to Southern Italy by the Greeks during the VII-VI centuries. Aglianico del Vulture is considered one of the best red Italian wines, and it is made solely of grapes of the homonymous vine, cultivated close to Mount Vulture, an extinct volcano located in the Potenza province (Basilicata).

This great Italian red wine, considered by many as the “Barolo of the South”, has a deep ruby color, a very intense fruity aroma that evolves in time with hints of spices, wilting flowers and roasting. It has a high concentration, alcohol content, structure and minerality.


Aglianico del Vulture DOC "Titolo"