2013 Teodosio, Aglianico del Vulture, Basilisco, Basilicata, Italy

I often think of grape varieties as having character traits.  Sauvignon Blanc – ‘light-hearted’, Zinfandel – ‘boozy’, Pinot Noir – ‘aloof’, Cabernet – ‘commanding’, Tempranillo – ‘dashing’, Nebbiolo – ‘noble’ and so on.  There is one grape which I have never written up to date in MoneyWeek in my 582 columns and this is because […]

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