Sulfur at first - give it time. Big round ripe smoky. Tannins still resolving. Spontaneous fermentation, 100% amphorae. Funky stuff and rich and beautiful. — a month ago
Unexpected orange with lots of apricot power. Perfect drink under 90F Brooklyn day — 6 months ago
Outstanding. Great value — a month ago
Lots of tobacco and raisin. Great age opens up after a bit in the glass. Lovely aromas. — 4 months ago
Usaimena: Fruita berdiak, sagarrak, intensua, gaztia.
Zaporia: intensua, alkohol altua, intensua, sikua, fruita berdiak, sagarra, limoia.
Oso freskua eta afrutaua ahuan. Oso goxua — 8 months ago
Basilicata is a mountainous region in southern Italy, where you’ll find the majestic Mount Vulture, an inactive volcano, which is home to some of Basilicata’s best-known wines made from the Aglianico variety, a dark, thick-skinned variety.
Yet here we have a luscious white wine made with 50% Greco and 50% Fiano varieties offering a concentrated intensity of floral, white blossom, guava, passion fruit, melon, and mango aromas and flavors that will knock your socks off.
This wine is refreshing and easy-drinking. It would be an excellent solo sipper or complementary pairing with a variety of seafood dishes.
Vigneti del Vulture was founded in 2009 with an aim of producing wines from indigenous varieties, made in an internationally-appealing and accessible style. This lovely wine hits the mark.
Vigneti del Vulture, Pipoli Basilicata Greco-Fiano (2019). ABV 12.5%. — 4 months ago
Black current and black berries, high concentration, very good balance, refined tannin, medium long finish. Great. — 6 months ago
Black fruits concentration with a specific herb flavor of Alianico. Smooth. Comfortable spiciness and acidity with some sugar like sweetness. 2009 @1840, domaine -, 220520-220525 — 6 months ago