Feudi di San Gregorio White Blend Campania IGT Campanaro 2010
An intense, luminously warm colour. Consistent. Generous aroma, with tones of ripe pear and candied orange, followed by fig and honey.Floral hints of hawthorn and broom. source: www.feudi.itAdd winemaker's notes
External Reviews for Feudi di San Gregorio White Blend Campania IGT Campanaro
Campanaro 2010 - 90 points, Wine Advocate/ Layers of expressive white stone fruits, crushed rocks, lime and licorice are woven together beautifully. Aging in French oak gives the wine much of its volume and shape.
Campanaro 2010 - 92 points, Wine Enthusiast/ The two grapes that represent the pride of southern Italian winemaking—Fiano and Greco—are blended here to produce a creamy, rich white wine that will pair well with steamed lobster or crab. Beautifully balanced sensations of acidity and spice appear on the long finish.
Campanaro 2009 - 89 points, Wine Spectator/ A fresh, floral white, with zesty character to its green melon, spice and light underbrush notes that linger on the chalky finish.
Campanaro 2009 - 90 points, Wine Enthusiast Advanced Buying Guide/ Campanaro is a unique blend of Fiano and Greco grapes that opens with a beautiful bouquet of stone fruit, honey, white almond and Golden Delicious apple. It a dry, crisp wine with a focused, fine feel in the mouth.
Campanaro 2005 - 90 Points, Wine Enthusiast/ This Fiano-based wine offers the generous pear and peach aromas often associated with this native grape from Campania plus its trademark structure and caressing consistency (is is oak aged for six months). But what sets it apart is the elegant manner in which these elements are brought together.
Campanaro 2007/ A blend of Greco and Fiano. Light yellow with aromas of kiwi, green apples, green tea and chamomile. Medium-full with excellent concentration. Lengthy finish with excellent fruit persistence and pinpoint acidity. Impressive now, but this will only improve.
Campanaro 2014 - 92 Points, Vinous/ Bright gold-tinged yellow. Deep, concentrated aromas of yellow peach, pear, grapefruit peel, acacia blossom and spices convey an impression of real depth. Then dense and creamy but firm in the mouth, with ripe acidity and noteworthy chewy extract buffering the wine's ripeness and extending the very long, rich, refined finish. Not at all over the top, this wine manages the neat trick of being fresh and precise but also powerful and mouthcoating. Not unlike a rich white wine from Alsace, it’s a great Campanaro and a major success for the vintage.