There are over 600 indigenous grape varieties used for wine production in Italy. Some garner more praise than others while certain grapes seem to fly under the radar. Although it’s one of the most widely planted grapes in southern Italy, Aglianico is rarely given the credit it’s due for its contributions to the wine world.
Anna Chiara and Paola Mustilli are the daughters of Leonardo Mustilli, the founding architect of the Mustilli Winery in Campania, Italy. The estate is located in the quaint hill town of Sant’ Agata de’ Goti and under the leadership of the talented sister tandem, the winery is renowned for hand-crafted wines produced exclusively from select […]