Claudio Quarta
Irpinia Aglianico

If Nebbiolo is king of Northern Italy, then Aglianico is king of the South.

About the wine: This wine from 100% Aglianico grapes, from Irpinia region – Campania, who benefit from the cold and rainy autumn and develop a fragrance that make this grape unique in the Italian wine landscape.

Aging is in steel for 12 months and a short passage in barriques.
Dark impenetrable ruby color. In the nose hints of red berries spices, white pepper.
in the palate, cherry, plums, with hints of cinnamon, sweet oak and tobacco leaf. high acidity.

This bold wine is true to the origins of southem Italy and has a great rich, multi-layered, savory, and tannic finish.
drinkable on release and will evolve with bottle aging.


Kashrut: Kosher LeMehadrin, Not Mevushal

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Country: Italy
About the Winery - The history of winemaking by Claudio Quarta and his daughter Alessandra, begins on 2005, after he abandoned his career as a researcher and biologist, and returned to his old love – wine making. The group garnered 3 small wineries in Campania and Puglia, and aims to tell the vibrant, exciting story of southern Italy’s wine landscape, all the while highlighting the tradition, the distinct flavor profiles, and the beauty of the region’s wines.