What does this wine taste like?
|Ruby red / Cupo|
|Fruity / Floreale / Balsamic notes / Sweet spices|
|Full-bodied / Morbido / Tannino dolce / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Faraona ripiena / Quaglie ripiene / Tagliata di manzo / Brasato
Ratings and awards
|2012||92 PK||2 GR||3 VA|
This one is younger but so much better. A poignant vibrant nose, initially slightly tight but with air, a most unusual fruit profile, blueberry hints on a base of red fruit, fresh blasts and then boiled notes. Well rounded and engaging, the palate reciprocates with time, gravely tannin yes, but beneficial, think yogurt with muesli. High acid and decent structure rounds out a very enjoyable wine
Serpico's little brother
From the same grape as the Feudi's Serpico, this is good quaffing wine rather than a unique experience -- however, this is also reflected in the very reasonable price. Taurasi for everyday, Serpico for special occasions.
Cannot fault taurasi wines. Definitely recommended. Definitely would buy again.
Always the best
This Feudi di San Gregorio Taurasi never fails me
J'ai bu plusieurs bouteille déjà, a mon avis il a déjà été meilleur, il a une bonne attaque en bouche, mais en retro je reste sur ma faim. POssible que ce soit du a l'année. Ou alors je dois encore attendre avant de les ouvrir. Je mets quand même un petit bémol, alors que d habitude, j'adore.
Feudi di San Gregorio
At the forefront of the wine-making renaissance in the Campania region, Feudi di San Gregorio has only just turned 30 years old. We're celebrating its birthday with a special promotion showcasing the excellent catalogue of this young yet already historic winery . A selection of wines which share a well-defined style and an almost symbiotic identification with their lands of origin, both here and in other of this company’s wineries throughout Italy. A real heritage that in itself...