Aglianico

Aglianico (pronounced aʎˈʎaːniko, roughly `ahl-YAH-nee-koe`) is a black grape grown in the Basilicata and Campania regions of Italy. The vine originated in Greece and was brought to the south of Italy by Greek settlers. The name may be a corruption of vitis hellenica, Latin for `Greek vine.` Another etymology posits a corruption of Apulian...
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Aglianico

The red variety comes from Italy, There are 65 Synonyms; the most important are Aglianica, Aglianica de Pontelatone, Aglianichella, Aglianichello, Aglianico Amaro, Aglianico Crni, Aglianico del Vulture, Aglianico di Benevente, Aglianico di Castellaneta, Aglianico di Lapio, Aglianico di Puglia, Aglianico di Taurasi, Aglianico Femminile, Aglianico Li...
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