Category Archives: Aglianico

Italian Red Wine: Molto Lieto

Our blind tasting this past Easter introduced two things: Italian reds and our blog to some of our friends.  Both went pretty well, probably because we drank a lot of wine and really enjoyed it.  Opinions definitely differed on what … Continue reading

Aglianico, Blind Tastings, Frappato, Italy, Nebbiolo, Nero d'Avola, Sangiovese

All Vines Lead to Rome – Vino Rosso

Back in NY, Linda and I learned a lot about French wine one night at Camaje.  It was a key event in our wine tasting history that clearly showed our interest in learning about wine from all around the world.  … Continue reading

Aglianico, Blind Tastings, Frappato, Italy, Nebbiolo, Nero d'Avola, Red Wine, Sangiovese