£16.45/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Black fruit / Mirto / Black pepper / Mediterraneo|
|Fresh / Morbido / Tannino setoso / Balanced|
Drinking and storing
Minestra di farro e salsiccia / Pasta with bolognese sauce / Costolette di maiale / Arista con salsa di prugne
Ratings and awards
|2015||91 PK||92 SK|
Some history that was bottled
This one is a unique wine. The vines have survived from roman times and this is as much a curiosity as it is a proper wine. Just let it breath awhile in decanter and then have a sip. Medium acidity, soft tannins and this one goes really well with food - very versatile wine. Intense nose with dark berries and even menthol in it. Very earthy taste with some pepper in it and a long finish. This kind of takes you back to the olden days.
Very good wine for its price
Full-bodied, robust and rather rustic but smooth. Improves if you decant it and probably better if you wait a couple of years before drinking it. It is great value for money so worth drinking now anyway.
Another hit from Campania
Smooth, rich and lush in the mouth, this is another hit from the San Gregorio stable.
Lovely red that is drinking well now but will age even better. Great value also
I loved this bottle. Robust, authentic. A earthy flavor that robustly flow.
Feudi di San Gregorio
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