Why I suggest Aglianico Beneventano IGT
Aglianico or Hellenic. This is an ancient grape. The vines lie in warm, dry climates on the volcanic slopes and positively affect the wines.
The Aglianico of the province of Benevento commonly known of Taurasi, has productions of full-bodied red wines and of mineral character; with aromas referring to local fruits such as figs and cherries. Decisive tannins, good acidity and an interesting aging potential. In fact, when they are young, their tannins are hard, but they will soften over time.
The Sommelier: Aglianico del Beneventano or Taurasi, an inimitable wine, and it also seems ironically "stainless". The enoic characteristics are strongly linked to the volcanic territory. Wine as a whole has a purple and very bright red color, increasing in consistency and alcohol, 13.00% Vol; The fruit ripened in the sun until late autumn has been enriched with exalting aromas of plum and chocolate and characterize the personality. Warm, robust and fresh at the first sip, the tannic texture fades into aging and becomes rounder, and in the finish a dry taste.
Recommended pairings: Robust dishes, rich in aromas: Baked lamb, Florentine style ribs; boiled sheep, fresh pasta from durum wheat semolina with mixed meat sauce; grilled peppers, radicchio trevigiano with grilled polenta; Legumes soups: lentils, mixed spelled, cicerchie, cannellini beans; aubergine caponata, hams and various sausages, cheese: Parmesan and salted cheeses, with fresh fruit: Nuts peaches; dried fruit.
Uncork ½ h before serving at a temperature of 16-18 ° C in a large Ballon glass.
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