Di Majo Norante Aglianico Contado Riserva 2010
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Wine Advocate 91
"The estate’s 2010 Aglianico del Molise Contado is another wine loaded with personality. Scorched earth, tobacco, incense and smoke are some of the many notes that wrap around a core of intense fruit. Dense, rich and powerful the 2010 should continue to drink well for a number of years. An authoritative finish rounds things out in style in this powerful, striking Aglianico. Di Majo Norante’s Aglianico has to be one of the very ... read more
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Item ID: #16912
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Advocate 91
"The estate’s 2010 Aglianico del Molise Contado is another wine loaded with personality. Scorched earth, tobacco, incense and smoke are some of the many notes that wrap around a core of intense fruit. Dense, rich and powerful the 2010 should continue to drink well for a number of years. An authoritative finish rounds things out in style in this powerful, striking Aglianico. Di Majo Norante’s Aglianico has to be one of the very best values in Italian wine. Anticipated maturity: 2013–2016."~ML

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Di Majo Norante WineryFounded in 1968, the Di Majo estate cultivates more than 200 acres under vine. In order to ensure consistent, high-quality production for all the estate's wines, Alessio Di Majo hired renowned oenologist Riccardo Cotarella as a consultant. In addition to producing quality wine at an outstanding value, the Di Majo family is dedicated to practicing environmentally sound agriculture.

The Di Majo Norante winery sits on the estate of the Marquis Norante of Santa Cristina in the region of Molise, along the Adriatic Sea between Puglia and Abruzzo. The cultivation of vines in this area dates back to 500 BC, when the region was inhabited by two pre-Roman civilizations, the Sanniti and the Osci. The estate has been dedicated to growing vines since the 1800s. In the 1960s a modern cantina was constructed and vines were replanted in the Ramitello area.

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