“The 2011 Taurasi is all Aglianico and could be thought of as the Barbaresco of the south! It offers a smoking bouquet of ripe currants, melted licorice, asphalt and truffle in a ripe, opulent, sexy stye that’s already hard to resist. From a low yielding, hot growing season, drink this pleasure-bent beauty over the coming 5-7 years.” – Jeb Dunnuck
“More elegant than the Taurasi, with awesome notes of black cherries, currants, toasted spices and hints of barrique, the 2011 Serpico is a full-bodied, beautifully concentrated and layered, with both freshness and richness. This is a beautifully ripe, layered and elegant wine that shines on all accounts. This cuvee comes from a single vineyard of ungrafted Aglianico and should continue drinking beautifully for a least another decade.” – Jeb Dunnuck
“The 2013 Patrimo is 100% Merlot that spent 18 months in French oak, with close to a year in the bottle before release. It offers a ripe, chocolately, sexy style with loads of currants, truffle, toasty oak, and earthy aromatics. With Medium to full-bodied richness, a light elegant texture and fine tannin, it lacks a touch of mid-palate depth, yet is nicely balanced and certainly an outstanding wine.” – Jeb Dunnuck
Justin Chapple shares two recipes in Food & Wine in the October 2017 issue and his choice of white wines to pair with his dishes are both from Feudi di San Gregorio. With his Pappardelle with Chicken and Pistachio-Mint Pesto he suggests pairing with the 2015 Feudi di San Gregorio Falanghina. With his Clams Carbonara recipe he offers the 2015 Feudi di San Gregorio Fiano di Avellino as the pairing choice. Click on this link, Feudi di San Gregorio featured in Food & Wine – October 2017, to read the recipes and see pairings.