An intense ruby red color, this Aglianico displays aromas of wild berries, licorice and herb. It's well-balanced with savory notes of balsamic, and pairs well with hard cheeses, eggplant parmigiana or hearty beef stew.
Feudi di San Gregorio today epitomizes the wine renaissance of southern Italy, promoting a wine culture for the rediscovery of Mediterranean flavors. To promote southern Italy grape varieties, such as Aglianico, means offering a future to a unique environmental heritage. Established in 1986 by two Irpinian families, Feudi di San Gregorio has its roots in the town of Sorbo Serpico in the province of Avellino (29 miles east of Naples). Since its early days, the winery focused on the preservation of authentic top quality productions and on the definition of a premium quality standard to meet the highest and most severe market requirements. The new winery was inaugurated in 2004, reflecting Feudi di San Gregorio’s wish to blend its long-standing tradition with a futuristic architectural project.
One of the cornerstones of Feudi di San Gregorio’s vision is the belief that a bottle of wine and a work of art share the same creative process. The love and passion infused in the cultivation of the vines, the effort in the picking of the grapes and the patient waiting for the wine to age, endow every one of their bottles with a personality of its own, transforming it into an authentic artwork. These are the same sentiments and emotions guiding artists in their creative process in making a sculpture, a photograph, a painting or an installation.
"Aromas of dark berry, violet and cooking spice emerge from the glass. The vibrant palate offers crushed blackberry, licorice and clove alongside smooth tannins. Drink through 2022." -Rated 90, Wine Enthusiast
"Great fresh-plum and herbal character on the expressive nose leads into an aglianico that manages to be concentrated with no trace of opulence. Fresh, without being overly tart, at the long, dry and mineral finish. Drink or hold." -Rated 94, James Suckling