Brand: Pasqua Wijnhuis
Villa Borghetti Valpolicella Ripasso
area Italy, Veneto, ValpolicellaGrape Corvina 60 % , Rondinella 20 % , Corvinone 10 % , Negrara 10 %Bottle 0.75 lAlc perc 13.5 %Winery Pasqua, Villa BorghettiFood grilled meats, spicy cheesesAllergens SulfiteThis Valpolicella that has been in contact with the fermented skins of the Amarone, with some residual sugars in it,...
Brand: Cantine di Ora
Amicone Cantine di Ora
area Italy, Venicegrape variety Corvina , Molinara , RondinellaBottle 0.75 lAlc perc 14.5 %Winery Cantine di OraFood strong cheeses, red meat, game dishesAllergens SulfiteYear 2018
Vallformosa Cava Brut
area Spain, Penedes Grape Macabeo,Viura,Parellada,Xarel.Lo Bottle 0.75 l Alc perc 11.5 % Winery Vallformosa Allergens Sulfite class Cava Vallformosa's Cava Brut is a classic dry style Cava with an aroma and flavor that dominates the palate. In the mouth notes of pear, green apple, lime that is very pleasant. The finish is dry with a bright acidity...
Brand: castel wine
Villa Luisa Primivo
area Italy, Puglia Grape Primitivo Bottle 0.75 l Alc perc 13 % Winery Castel Wines Food Pasta with tomato sauce, grilled meat, red meat, Allergens Sulfite Year 2021 Smooth wine, aged for 6 months in oak barrels, with a firm, warming taste, both toasty aromas and shades of plums, black cherries, currants, bay leaves and spices.
Feudi di San Gregorio Fiano di Avellino
|Alc perc||13.5 %|
|Winery||Feudi di San Gregorio|
|Food||Tapas, Pasta, nice on Terrace|
Nice fresh wine from 100 % Fiano. In the scent notes of chamomile, yellow peaches and candied orange. The taste is smooth and invigorating, with refreshing mineral notes.
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The Campania wine region – with Naples as its capital – covers around 30,000 hectares of vineyards and produces approximately 2 million hectoliters of wine annually, the majority of which is red. The wine from the Aglianico grape variety, mainly grown in the hills of Irpinia, stands out in the red. With white, the aromatic, lively wine of the fiano variety is the most fascinating, next to those of falanghina and piedirossi. The last two varieties grow in volcanic soil near Naples and still have their original rhizomes: the very harmful grape aphid phylloxera (which affects European rhizomes; reason to replace them with American ones) cannot survive in this type of soil
One of the cornerstones of St. Gregory Fiefs' vision is the belief that a Bottle of wine and a work of art are the same creative process.
The love and passion in the cultivation of the wine, the effort in the process of making the wine and the patient making it an authentic work of art.
These are the same feelings and emotions that guide artists in their creative processes when making a sculpture, a photograph, a painting or an installation.
In light of this approach, Feudi di San Gregorio establishes collaborations with fruitful and continuous exchange of knowledge and creativity.
Irpinia, in the historical region of the Campanian Apennines, is a unique viticultural and wine region, where olive trees and herbs are combined with fruit trees: a rugged and gentle area with a strong and genuine identity.
Irpinia is an ancient inland whose vineyards were even described by ancient authors such as Pliny, Columella and Strabo. The Irpinia region is very varied, with a succession of mountains, hills and plains with rivers and streams in between.
The territory of the orography causes a system of winds that gives the region good rainfall and creates a microclimate that distinguishes it from the other Campania areas: the vegetation is varied and thick; the short winters are extremely cold and snowy, while the summers are mild and long.
This is not Campania, it's Irpinia!
Feudi di San Gregorio today embodies the oenological renaissance of southern Italy, promoting a wine culture for the rediscovery of Mediterranean flavours. Promoting grape varieties from southern Italy, such as Aglianico, Fiano di Avellino and Greco di Tufo, to invest in the land and in the ancient tradition of winemaking, providing a future for a unique ecological heritage. Founded in 1986 by two Irpine families, Feudi di San Gregorio has its roots in the town of Sorbo Serpico in the province of Avellino.
Since the early days, the winery has focused on maintaining high-quality productions and the most stringent requirements of the market. The new winery was inaugurated in 2004, following Feudi di San Gregorio's desire to combine its ancient tradition with a futuristic architectural project. Climbing up the hill to the Serbian Serb, you enter a magical world with streams of water, herb gardens and blooming rose bushes.
The biggest surprise, however, is inside the winery, with its long barrel cellar where the red wines are stored.
Brand: Feudi Wijnen
Feudi Di San Gregorio Rubrato
areaItaly, CampaniaGrapeAglianicoAlc %13.5 %Bottle0.75 LFoodBeef, Pasta, LamballergensSulfiteThis wine smells abundantly in the nose of ripe wild fruit. The attack is good and balanced, fruity with a small, delicate balsamic touch at the end. Definitely worth a try if you have not yet drunk this...