On November 29, 2017, in his “What I’m Drinking Now” column for the Huffington Post, John Mariani writes about Feudi di San Gregorio’s Taurasi 2011.


“Taurasi Feudi di San Gregorio 2011 ($40)—The Aglianico grapes of 2011 enjoyed a hot summer in Campania that shows off the robust intensity they can develop in a good year at a good producer’s estate.


Not every example deserves a DOCG appellation but Feudi di San Gregorio’s most certainly does as a regional wine with guaranteed quality. Aglianico is a late ripening varietal and likes a dry climate, too often tasting of hard tannins. This example, now six years old, shows why it is well worth waiting for.”