External Reviews for Terredora Dipaolo Aglianico
This bright Aglianico delivers a dark fruit aroma, with touches of rum cake and dusty mineral at the back. The brightness of the acidity will refresh your tastebuds.
The 2010 Aglianico is a gorgeous entry-level red loaded with varietal character and nuance. Smoke, incense, tobacco and grilled herbs emerge over time. There is more than enough fruit to fill out the wine’s big, broad-shouldered frame. This juicy, expressive Aglianico also happens to be a great wine for the money. Anticipated maturity: 2013–2016.
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