Feudi di San Gregorio Serpico 2008

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Wine of the Month / A modern expression of centuries-old traditions, Feudi di San Gregorio is Campania's premier winemaking estate. The 2003 Serpi... Read more

/ The 2003 Serpico, made from 100 percent Aglianico di Taurasi, has an intriguing bouquet of cherries, toasted oak and vanilla. soft, smooth and b... Read more

The Globalization of Wine / I defy anyone to show me a more thrilling red wine than Feudi di San Gregorio's 'Serpico,' made from Aglianico grapes ... Read more

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Source: Palm Bay International
11/14/2013

Wine of the Month / A modern expression of centuries-old traditions, Feudi di San Gregorio is Campania's premier winemaking estate. The 2003 Serpico, made from 100 percent Aglianico di Taurasi, has an intriguing bouquet of cherries, toasted oak and vanilla. Soft, smooth and balanced, it lingers on the palate. Pair this wine with eggplant, veal and lamb.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
11/14/2013

/ The 2003 Serpico, made from 100 percent Aglianico di Taurasi, has an intriguing bouquet of cherries, toasted oak and vanilla. soft, smooth and balanced, it lingers on the palate.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
11/14/2013

The Globalization of Wine / I defy anyone to show me a more thrilling red wine than Feudi di San Gregorio's 'Serpico,' made from Aglianico grapes grown in Campania.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
11/14/2013

Vinography/ The ancient wines of Campania may have been the best known Italian wines in the world, heartily endorsed by the emperors of Rome. When Nero drinks a flagon of your stuff before he torches a city, you know you’ve hit the big time. The orders for Campanian wine aren’t quite rolling in from despots around the world, but if they were, they would be piling up in the mailbox of Feudi di San Gregorio. If you haven’t ever had any wines made from Greco di Tufo, Fiano de Avellino, Falanghina, or Aglianico, I would be hard pressed to recommend a better place to start exploring these and other fantastic Italian varietals than at the competent hands of Feudi di San Gregorio. One of my favorite wines from Italy. I had a chance to taste it recently at a public tasting, so I have a score but no tasting notes:


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
11/14/2013

The Unique Wines of Campania/ Coming from three different vineyards of old vines, Feudi's Serpico is one of its super-Aglianico wines, with substantial barrique aging. Feudi chooses to age it less than the minimum three years required for DOCG Aglianicos because it wants to emphasize its enormous concentration of fruit. A blockbuster of a wine, very rich and ripe, in the modern style.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
11/14/2013

/ Smoky aromas of spice and roasted cocoa add depth to the ripe cherry fruit in this wine. It's soft for aglianico; a good match for beef short ribs.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
11/14/2013

Serpico 2003 - 91 Points, Wine Enthusiast/ A beautiful wine: sweet cherry and berry fruit nuances are woven with threads of vanilla, toast and ash. Despite the firm and penetrating mineral element, this wine is actually very plush, soft and round and it delivers long spicy notes on the finish.


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