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Basilisco Teodosio, Aglianico Del Vulture 2019

Red Wine from Italy - S Italy and Islands
4.000000000 star rating 1 Reviews
Viviana Malafarina is well known locally for her attention dedication to organic mixed agriculture, and her passion for making aglianicos that have elegance and show terroir. Teodosio is made from a aglianico vines planted at 500m altitude on volcanic earth, and is perfumed with violets and morello cherries. A wine of great energy.
Price: £12.95 Bottle
Price: £77.50 Case of 6
In Stock
Code: IT33591

Wine characteristics

  • Red Wine
  • Full-bodied
  • Aglianico
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2024
  • 14% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Cork, natural

JancisRobinson.com

Deep ruby. Raspberry and cherry coulis and with saline and minerally hints and tamarind. Juicy, supple and elegant yet with plenty of stuffing and with savoury fruit and fine, grainy tannins on the...
Deep ruby. Raspberry and cherry coulis and with saline and minerally hints and tamarind. Juicy, supple and elegant yet with plenty of stuffing and with savoury fruit and fine, grainy tannins on the finish. New-school Aglianico del Vulture aiming for elegance rather than concentration and power. Good value. 17++/20
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Walter Speller

Daily Telegraph

Aglianico can be monstrously unyielding. This one, which was grown on volcanic soil, has intensity and density, but it also has a slightly softer face, a warmth and fruitiness that lets you in. Think dark ...
Aglianico can be monstrously unyielding. This one, which was grown on volcanic soil, has intensity and density, but it also has a slightly softer face, a warmth and fruitiness that lets you in. Think dark cherries, a gentle glower, and a fierce energy.
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Victoria Moore

The Observer

One of a number of fascinating volcanic terroirs in southern Italy. This aglianico red is grown on soils derived from the extinct Mount Vulture, and has a pronounced vibrancy, a charge of fresh acidity,...
One of a number of fascinating volcanic terroirs in southern Italy. This aglianico red is grown on soils derived from the extinct Mount Vulture, and has a pronounced vibrancy, a charge of fresh acidity, to go with its tumble of intense dark, fragrant cherry-berry fruit.
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David Williams

2019 vintage reviews

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