Definition of aglianico in English:

aglianico

noun

  • A variety of grapevine originating in Greece, grown chiefly in southern Italy for grapes that are used to make a red wine; the grape of this vine.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From Italian aglianico, of uncertain origin; perhaps ultimately from post-classical Latin Hellenicus Greek, although this presents some phonological difficulties.

Pronunciation

aglianico

/alˈjanɪkəʊ/