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....

Feudi di San Gregorio 2007 Companaro

  Since its origins in the ’80s, Feudi di San Gregorio has been one of the leaders in quality in southern Italy. Over the past few years, they have been ramping up quantity, and for the most part the wines haven’t suffered. It  does mean that the...

Feudi di San Gregorio 2007 Greco di Tufo

Anyone who has ever taken one of Frank Cipparone’s classes on Italian wines knows his love of obscure, less-familiar bottlings. And long ago it became clear that, in matters of all things Italian and unfamiliar, it’s best to follow his lead. Take this...