Cultivated in Italy since the late nineteenth century, Merlot has adapted to different soils and climates, showing a versatile personality, sometimes with surprising results. Feudi di San Gregorio, who has always had the mission of enhancing the heritage of the territory, shows the expression of a great balance between nature and human experience with this wine. Extraordinary on its own, or it pairs well with roasted or stewed red meats, and flavorful cheeses.
- – Grapes are 100% estate grown at an altitude of 1600 ft above sea level with a southern exposure at a density of 4,000 vines per hectare. The soil is very rocky with a significant humus content with a calcareous-clay bed.
- – Merlot finds a unique home in Campania – resulting in 90+ scores on almost every vintage since its first in 1999!
- – Simonet & Sirch method of pruning leads to wines with better balance and reflection of the terroir in the glass
- – Designs attract attention at shelf