They call it “Barolo of the South”, but if everything starts from the bottom as nature teaches, Barolo should be defined as “Aglianico del Nord”

Since 1971 it is DOC and in 2010 it obtained DOCG recognition as Aglianico del Vulture Superiore. In the shadow of the Vulture, now an extinct volcano that has bequeathed a land with a fantastic minerality, Aglianico is the prince of one of the most popular wine-growing areas in Italy. 

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