Variations of Aleatico
Antonella Pacchiarotti has bright eyes and an enthusiastic and positive approach to life. She claims to be shy, and maybe she is, but when she talks about her wines and how she began from nothing, she erupts into a volcano of stories and emotions. “After raising my three children, and seeing how good I was at raising, I had to find something else to raise,” she says when explaining why she decided to get involved in making wine. What she found was a small vineyard that she cultivates herself and a grape, Aleatico, which is native to the upper Lazio region. She uses this variety to make white, red and rosé wines, both dry and sweet. Today we will look at here Botuni
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Aleatico di Gradoli
Made from only Aleatico grapes, the wine ages in stainless steel and has a garnet color. The deep aroma is rich in sensations ranging from distinct cherry to dried fruit, floral notes of violet and...