Calabrian Wine Italy
Learn about Calabrian wine, common tasting notes, where the region is and more ...
As the toe of Italy’s boot and closer in proximity to Sicily than any other mainland Italian region, Calabria holds much much in common with the island by way of climate, landscape and agriculture. Calabria’s principal red grape, Gaglioppo, is also a close relative of Sicily’s famous Nerello Mascalese.
Cirò, Calabria’s most valuable appellation, covers gently sloped hills on the Ionian Sea coast. Its wines are based on the indigenous red, Gaglioppo, and can be made as single varietal wines or blended with Cabernet or Merlot. Also of interest from Calabria is the red Maglioppo, likely a relative of Sangiovese. Whites here are made of Greco.
Librandi Duca San Felice Ciro Rosso Gaglioppo Riserva 2015Gaglioppo from Calabria, Italy
Librandi Ciro Greco Bianco 2019Other White Wine from Calabria, Italy
Librandi Ciro Rosso Classico Gaglioppo 2018Gaglioppo from Calabria, Italy
Librandi Critone 2019Chardonnay from Calabria, Italy