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The Greco grapes for this wine are produced in the superb vineyards of Tufo, Santa Paolina and Torrione. The whole bu...Read more...
Over the past five years, since the 1999 vintage, Feudi di San Gregorio has become the leading firm of Italy's south, and there are not many produc... Read more
Delicate scents of ripe apricots, apples, fern and mint introduce tangy citrus flavors brilliantly supported with a lively acidity and a cool, cris... Read more
Slightly thick and almost off-dry, but there's good licorice, lime and sliced-apple character. Fresh finish. Not outstanding like the 2001. Drink now. Read more
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Over the past five years, since the 1999 vintage, Feudi di San Gregorio has become the leading firm of Italy's south, and there are not many producers in the entire country who can compete with the overall excellence of these wines, every one a winner in its own category and with selections which are simply outstanding by any standards... The 2002 Greco di Tufo shows a pineapple and citric fruit nose, savory flavors, attractive weight and presence on the palate, and a fresh, racy close.
Delicate scents of ripe apricots, apples, fern and mint introduce tangy citrus flavors brilliantly supported with a lively acidity and a cool, crisp, refreshing finish.
Slightly thick and almost off-dry, but there's good licorice, lime and sliced-apple character. Fresh finish. Not outstanding like the 2001. Drink now.
Pretty cream, apple tart and fresh pear aromas follow through to a medium-bodied palate, with bright acidity and a clean finish. Delicious. This is always very good. Drink now.
Extraordinary; fruit-punch packed but with the breeding and elegance of a premier cru Burgundy. Explosive, complex flavors on the palate with honeysuckle, melon, lemon rind, mint, juicy peach and almonds to name a few. One of the most flavorful white varieties in the marketplace. Weighty enough to be used as a Chardonnay substitute, delicate enough to pair with freshly caught prawns. Yummy!
Pale gold color. Explosive aromas of honeydew, mint and closer, along with a lichee note that suggests Gewurztraminer. Dense, ripe and concentrated, with thick but brighter flavors of honeysuckle, mint and ginger. Tactile, adamantly dry wine, with a refreshingly bitter edge of citrus pith and minerals.
The ultimate experience in mouth-invigorating whites. Originating in ancient Greece, this medium-bodied varietal still has plenty to say! With aromas ranging from apricot and peach to nuts and eucalyptus, refreshing citrus flavors and a lengthy finish, this Greco di Tufo testifies to its long legacy.
The Greco grapes for this wine are produced in the superb vineyards of Tufo, Santa Paolina and Torrione. The whole bunches are harvested by hand, de-stemmed and crushed into stainless steel tanks for fermentation at a cool, controlled temperature. Ageing is for a few months in steel before bottling for drinking on release. The wine is a bright golden yellow colour with an aromatic nose of ripe sub-tropical fruit and minerals. The palate is medium bodied and quite dense with a seductively textured mid-palate combining flavours of quince, passionfruit and grenadilla with limey, crisp acidity. It finishes pure and elegant. Fruit rich and concentrated, this wine is a mouthful of a glass by itself but really comes into its own with food, where it is an excellent foil to spicy Eastern dishes and copes happily with full flavoured fish or salads.
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