Feudi di San Gregorio

+39 0825 986611 Località Cerza Grossa
Sorbo Serpico Avellino, 83050
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Situated in the tiny village of Sorbo Serpico in Campania's Irpinia region, this highly acclaimed estate was established in 1986. Along with the expert guidance of consulting enologist Riccardo Cotarella, one of Italy’s most esteemed winemaking talents, Feudi di San Gregorio has emerged into the international limelight as a great success story in a region that, for many years, was locked in a virtual winemaking holding pattern. Feudi di San Gregorio has aggressively tapped into the enormous potential of Campania's unique terroir and ancient varietals by placing a thoroughly modern spin on indigenous grapes such as Fiano di Avellino, Greco di Tufo and Aglianico. Feudi di San Gregorio sources its grapes from the finest vineyards set in the rolling hills of the Irpinia region, located in close proximity to Mount Vesuvius. The volcano's legendary eruptions have laden the sandstone and marl soil with mineral-rich deposits of volcanic ash, forming a unique composition that imparts highly Read more »

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  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Primitivo

    History of the grape: At some point in the 18th century, the grape was brought over to Italy from either Caucasus or ...

  • Greco

  • Aglianico

    History of the grape: There is documented proof of the existence of Aglianico in Basilicata, Italy as far back as the...

  • Fiano

    Fiano hails from Campania, where much of Italy’s viticultural heritage remains preserved. The Romans used this grape ...

  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

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  • Albente. Feudi di San Gregorio 2012


    lime, apples on the nose...thirst quenching acidity...mid bodied with a nice finish. Read More

    Wine review by mikespeer

  • Primitivo di Manduria Feudi di San Gregorio 2010


    Limpid,Ruby color with violet reflect.Quite intense, complex,fine flavour. Fruity of blackberry fruits(cherry and prune) and spicy(Cocoa and a scent of vanilla).On the palate....Medium-dry,Warm,soft;Quite fresh, elegant tannicity,Quite tasty. Full body,quite balanced and Intense.persistent(7 to' 10 seconds)) with fine Quality .Evolutionary sta... Read More

    Wine review by holly75

  • Feudi di San Gregorio Irpinia Rubrato 2011


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    Wine review by puhnner

  • Ognissole Feudi di San Gregorio Primitivo Primitivo di Manduria 2008


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    Wine review by MrRiesling

  • Feudi di San Gregorio Taurasi 2007


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    Wine review by rsk334

  • Feudi di San Gregorio Primitivo di Manduria Ogniss 2009


    Wonderful bottle enjoyed at Becco's on 46th Read More

    Wine review by northsideirish

  • San Gregorio Feudi di Falanghina Wine 2010


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    Wine review by ceekaynj

  • Primitivo di Manduria Feudi di San Gregorio 2010


    Restrained nose with notes of fresh tart cherry, leathery oak, and subtle spice notes. Similar on the palate, with good acid and tannin but very subtle fruit, some toasty notes but, again, very subtle. This wine didn't really speak to me, it seemed a little flat...but maybe my developing palate just didn't pick up on the nuances. Compared this w... Read More

    Wine review by JenniferT

  • Feudi di San Gregorio Taurasi DOCG 2008


    In the glass, the Taurasi had a bright ruby red color with garnet red reflections. The bouquet consisted of vanilla, caramel, sour cherry, nutmeg and anise. This is not your typical Southern Italian bouquet but these aromas are often found in Aglianico wines like Taurasi DOCG and Aglianico del Vulture DOCG. I wished the wine would have had a few... Read More

    Wine review by vino in love

  • I'm making a lasagne bolognese for a dinner party (the whole deal from scratch, including pasta) and I want to get an interesting Italian red to pair with it. I'd love to get a Barolo but the cost is a bit prohibitive...I'm like to keep it at about 15 a bottle or less.Also maybe a light Italian white to have with appetizers. Unfortunately I live... Read More

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