This is a great introduction to the variety of Aglianico. Lots of earth, game and floral notes this wine also shows a bit of new oak. Rich and pleasing and if you look a bit deeper there is a bit of complexity to be had too. It is drinking really well right no and will match with red meat.
"A lithe, light-bodied white, with pleasing vibrancy and focus to the mix of nectarine, grated ginger, and orchard blossom flavours, backed by zippy acidity. This is hard to stop sipping, ending with a lingering, stone-tinged finish.'' 91 Points, Alison Napjus, Wine Spectator Magazine