Italian Indigenous Varieties: Malvasia Bianca di Basilicata

This week's variety is called Malvasia bianca di Basilicata. It is usually blended with other grapes, particularly with Moscato. One can find it in some of the DOC wines in Matera. For example, Matera Bianco. It must be made from a minimum of 70% Malvasia bianca di Basilicata. To make a sparkling Matera DOC, 70%... Continue Reading →

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Wine of the Week: L’Atto Basilicata IGT from Cantina del Notaio

This week's wine of the wine is made from 100% Aglianico del Vulture. The wine is called L'Atto and comes from the Cantine del Notaio winery. I can only imagine it is called this because of the play on the word 'notary." In Italian, l'atto also means deed, among other things. This winery is in... 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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