In his June 6, 2013 column, Eric Asimov explores "one of [his] favorites," Aglianico. Known as the Barolo of the South, the primary red grape of the Campania region in southeast Italy is "delicious, structured and age-worthy." The wines he tasted were "distinctively structured and earthy, with flavors of red fruit, licorice and menthol." Below are a selection of his recommendations.
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