Feudi di San Gregorio 2007 Serpico

Aglianico Wine Review Aglianico is an essential wine, creating some of the most expressive, complicated, and massive wines one can experience. I have reviewed the Serpico’s little brother the [link id=”82816″ text=”Rubrato “]recently, and...

Feudi di San Gregorio 2010 Rubrato

Background Feudi di San Gregorio is on of the top three wineries in the Italian province of  Campania. I recently reviewed  a winery in neighboring Molise that hired [link id=”82615″ text=”Riccardo Cotarella”] as their consulting enologist....

Di Majo Norante 2011 Ramitello

The Background Di Majo Norante is an Italian winery located in Molise, just off the Adriatic coast. The property dates back to 1859, and was the farm and vineyard of a local nobleman, the Marquis Norante.  The current owner, Alessio Di Majo, has been producing great...

Mastroberardino 2007 “Radici” Taurasi

Mastroberardino produces a range of great wines, but it truly excels with its Aglianico bottlings. The grape is an ancient varietal that dates back to antiquity. It’s sometimes cited as being the grape of  falernian, one of the great wines of ancient Rome....