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Beneventano Aglianico

8.7167 ratings
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Beneventano, Campania, Italy
Aglianico
Manchego & Parmesan
Top Notes For
Wade Bonds

Smooth wine/ not bitter

Smooth wine/ not bitter

2 people found it helpfulFeb 13th, 2015
Pinotman /// Andreas

From Trader Joe's Anglianco is a quite tannic grape and I bought this as a cheap wine for folks who do not like to spend to much. It is lousy and SWEET. Forget this stuff.

From Trader Joe's Anglianco is a quite tannic grape and I bought this as a cheap wine for folks who do not like to spend to much. It is lousy and SWEET. Forget this stuff.

1 person found it helpfulNov 13th, 2015
C Clark

2012
Trader Joe $5.99

2012
Trader Joe $5.99

1 person found it helpfulJul 4th, 2015
Elizabeth Schneider

For $6 it's got nice dark fruit, a little tannin and some acid. You can ask much more of a $6 wine!

For $6 it's got nice dark fruit, a little tannin and some acid. You can ask much more of a $6 wine!

Jul 22nd, 2015
Kim Kolb

A bright crisp Bing cherries on the nose. Very light and juicy on the palate. I get some brown sugar. A nice no thinker wine!

A bright crisp Bing cherries on the nose. Very light and juicy on the palate. I get some brown sugar. A nice no thinker wine!

Dec 19th, 2015
Michael McGuire

Not much tannin or fruit, but the taste was decent. Good table wine.

Not much tannin or fruit, but the taste was decent. Good table wine.

Apr 25th, 2017
Kevin Hicks

This one is funky. Fruity and thick with a bite. Red cherry is a good description. Will get again.

This one is funky. Fruity and thick with a bite. Red cherry is a good description. Will get again.

Mar 10th, 2017
Tyler Bierce

Smooth

Smooth

Nov 12th, 2016
Jay Conolly

Classic Neapolitan wine. Strong, full aromas of raspberry and vanilla, with a smooth, medium body taste. Absolutely one of my favorites from a region that is predominately known for white wines.

Classic Neapolitan wine. Strong, full aromas of raspberry and vanilla, with a smooth, medium body taste. Absolutely one of my favorites from a region that is predominately known for white wines.

Apr 10th, 2016
Ryan Powell

Little cocoa and plum, dark. Paired with spinach and artichoke dip, which, surprisingly plays well.

Little cocoa and plum, dark. Paired with spinach and artichoke dip, which, surprisingly plays well.

Apr 10th, 2016