Aglianico del Vulture


Bariliott, or “from Barile”, the town of Vulture area where the Paternoster family was born.

The fresh version of Aglianico is jovial, young and with an immediate approach for those who want to discover Vulture and Paternoster style.

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Tasting notes

Bright ruby red color with lively reflections. The nose offers intense hints of red fruits such as cherry and plum. The palate presents a firm tannic structure, a vibrant acidity and flavor that make it particularly pleasant and juicy with a nice aftertase of blood orange.

Serving suggestions

Enjoy it throughout a meal, but goes particularly well with rich first courses such as lasagna and pasta with meat sauce, grilled meats, medium-aged cheeses, cured meats and sausages.


Vulture area. Vineyards with an average age between 6 and 8 years. Guyot-trained vines managed according to the organic method, with a maximum yield of 70 quintals/ha


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Vinification and Maturation

Classic red wine fermentation with destemmed grapes; maceration in stainless steel for 12-15 days with daily manual punching down and constant temperature control.
Malolactic fermentation in inox tanks, 50% refinement in Slavonian oaks for 12 months, followed by 6 months of bottle refinement.


13% by vol.

Serving temperature

Try it also at 8-10°C, in a large glass!




Paternoster wines age in the traditional Slavonian and French oak casks to reach important aromatic notes, colour nuances and complexity. In this context, dated 1925, we can find the origins and the great history of Vulture oenology.


Tommasi family enters with a majority stake in the Paternoster wine company, historical producer of Aglianico del Vulture, in Basilicata region to strengthen the brand and the consolidation of the commercial network, as well as to increase interventions in the vineyards and cellar with a focus on organic and eco-sustainability. It covers about 20 hectares with black soil of volcanic origin, with a modern cellar, located in the different wine-growing districts in the countryside of the small town Barile. The vineyards are overlooking the Mount Vulture, an extinct volcano that marks the borders of a generous yet misterious land.

Tommasi Naturae

Sustainable Winegrowing


Certified organic vineyards


– We do not use products of animal origin or containing allergens in the wine production process.
– Optimization of the use of resources and management of the cellar.
– We employ procedures that allow us to work in full respect of the environment, avoiding waste and always recycling when possible.


– Organic corks with FSC certification
– Label: FSC certified paper
– Cardboard: recycled paper

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