Italian Indigenous Varieties: Malvasia Nera di Basilicata

While this latest variety, Malvasia Nera di Basilicata, has some of the same origins as the other Malvasias that I have written about, it is said to be less ancient than the white grape versions of Malvasia. This one probably came to Basilicata from nearby Puglia and has a lot in common with Malvasia di... Continue Reading →

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Wine Wednesday: Re Manfredi Aglianico del Vulture

This week's wine Wednesday is dedicated to Re Manfredi's Aglianico del Vulture from Basilicata. The winery has 120 hectares and the vineyard that makes this wine is at 420 meters above sea level. I tasted it last at this year's Gambero Rosso Tre Bicchieri event. The woman who was showcasing the wine, Tiziana from GIV... Continue Reading →

Italian Wine Regions: Basilicata

As Vinitaly draws nearer, I am reminded of all the amazing wines that I have tried in past years. Some of the wines are from the most famous regions while others are from lesser known ones. Among those is the one of the regions in the Southern portion of the country, Basilicata, also known as... Continue Reading →

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