''Aglianico del Vulture is the finest red from Basilicata. They're highlighted by a combination of ripe black cherry along with notes of dark chocolate, the wines are sort of a baker's delight, if you will.'' Tom Hyland, Forbes.com
''Aglianico del Vulture is the finest red from Basilicata. They're highlighted by a combination of ripe black cherry along with notes of dark chocolate, the wines are sort of a baker's delight, if you will. Aglianico has rich, powerful tannins, and the most complex versions of Aglianico can drink well for more than two decades.'' Tom Hyland, Forbes.com
''It is my opinion that, in terms of its ability to make seriously good wines, Aglianico is at a quality level similar or close to that of Nebbiolo and Sangiovese. One taste of a great Aglianico, with its penetrating flinty notes of red and black cherry and hints of camphor, minerals, licorice and violet, will immediately awaken the senses to the variety’s inherent greatness.'' Ian D'Agata, Vinous Media
''From the Basilicata wine region, Pipoli Aglianico Del Vulture is produced from 100% Aglianico grapes grown in the southern regions of Italy in volcanic soils. A bright purple color in the glass, fragrant with liquid dark cherry, earth, anise, cocoa and vanilla flavours on the palate.'' Natalie Maclean (Previous Vintage Review)
''The Aglianico del Vulture Pipoli mixes musky wild berries with crushed stone and tobacco to create a darkly alluring bouquet. It’s unexpectedly soft and pliant, presenting a pure display of ripe black fruits and sweet spices. Nuances of licorice and inner violet tones linger through the lightly structured finale. The Pipoli is a good option for any collector looking to experience Aglianico del Vulture.'' Vinous Media (Previous Vintage Review)
Delicate scent of ripe cherry, spice, with hints of vanilla, tobacco and balsamic. On the palate, full bodied, spicy, sweet with a kick, sweet oak notes and subtle flavours of dark chocolate. A balanced structure and a harmonious finale round out the flavour.