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Irpinia

Vines ranging from 10-150 years old planted up to 1640ft above sea level in deep soil originally from ash and pumice that are watched over by Lady Luigia, the Guardian.

Rubrato®

Rubrato translates to brilliant ruby, a nod to the rich, ruby color of the wine. Feudi di San Gregorio’s Rubrato Aglianico is grown between 1,000 – 1,600 ft above sea level in deep soil originally from ash and fallen pumice. It pairs well with roasted red and white meats, eggplant parmigiana and aged cheeses.

Features:

  • A grape of great tradition, Aglianico is the most noble and important vine of the south, representing a unifying matrix of the southern reds and is ranked among the finest red Italian grapes
  • Collaboration with leading Italy enologists, like Pierpaolo Sirch
  • Labels created by famous Italian designer Massimo Vignelli

Benefits:

  • “Rubrato” has a signature rich, ruby color that is smooth and balanced, and appeals to wine connoisseurs and novices alike
  • Simonet & Sirch method of pruning leads to wines with better balance and reflection of the terroir in the glass
  • Designs attract attention at shelf

Serpico®

Serpico is an Aglianico from their historic “Dal Re” vineyard in deep soil originally from ash. Pairs perfectly with roasted red

Features:

  • Serpico is an Aglianico from up to 150 year old vines, grown over 1150 ft above sea level in deep soil originally from ash, that is aged at least 26 months.
  • Collaboration with leading Italy enologists, like Pierpaolo Sirch
  • Labels created by famous Italian designer Massimo Vignelli

Benefits:

  • Serpico® embodies the Aglianico grape at its finest, resulting in a wine that is the talk of sommeliers around the world
  • Simonet & Sirch method of pruning leads to wines with better balance and reflection of the terroir in the glass
  • Designs attract attention at shelf

Ros’Aura

Ros’Aura is an intense and brightly colored rose wine grown over 1000 ft above sea level in soil with large grains originally from ash and fallen pumice. Ideal as an aperitif, or paired with white meat dishes, fish and grilled vegetables.

Benefits:

  • Italy is the second largest region for Rosés and is growing +15%, and Ros’Aura is from the #1 brand in Campania.
  • Simonet & Sirch method of pruning leads to wines with better balance and reflection of the terroir in the glass
  • Designs attract attention at shelf
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