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August 30, 2020
Day #243 of the year.
Villa Matilde Aglianico
Aglianico is a grape with thousands of years of history behind it. The grape was first brought to Italy by the Greeks in 800bc. Try Villa Matilde’s Aglianico Campania IGP 2017 for a classic varietal representation. Even if you don’t like to nerd out on ancient Roman and Greek history like I do, I’m sure you’re going to appreciate this wine.