Limited plantings of this minor red wine variety are found in warmer areas of California and Australia. Aleatico is more commonly grown in the Apulia and Abruzzo regions of southern and central Italy, on the islands of Elba and Corsica and occasionally further north in the central regions of Umbria and Tuscany. Aleatico has a strong Muscat, grape-like aroma, and is typically used to produce sweet red wines. Some believe that it is somehow related to Muscat of Alexandria, while others consider Sangiovese to be the more logical ancestor. However, DNA evaluation has not conclusively proven its lineage. There a scattering of acres of Aleatico in California. Given many red wine drinkers aversion to sweet wines, Aleatico is likely to live in relative obscurity in North America.

Your style could be described as 'Avant Guard',
or at the least very orginal. Ms. Aleatico, your
colorful red costumes and wild perfumed scent,
might be a little too forward for most of your
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  • Pacomio" Aleatico 2006


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    smooth with a hearty bouquet and lingering finish! buy it by the case! Read More

    Wine review by pokpuck

  • Cristino Aleatico Toscano IGT 2007


    Deepest ruby, fruity jammy nose.Bouquet rich in primary aromas, some floral ... have 2,5 hectares, only make Aleatico Passito and are organic.. Read More

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    A go-to Sangiovese that is moderate in price and works well with food. Worth having a case in the cellar. Last served with a wild-mushroom Lasagna. Read More

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  • Firriato Chiaramonte Nero Davola 2006


    Wine of the year for me. Bright, smooth, focused dark fruit with great beginning mid palate and finish. For under 20 you can't beat it. Firriato if you're reading, please send me some more. You are not that easy to find. Read More

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