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Feudi San Gregorio Taurasi 2011

Feudi San Gregorio Taurasi 2011

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0,75 l  -  14.50% by vol.
Feudi San Gregorio
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Noblest expression of Aglianico, this wine takes its name from the place of origin of the grapes: the Taurasi zone. The color is ruby red with garnet. The nose is intense and complex, with aromas ranging from ripe red fruit and spicy cinnamon, nutmeg and anise. The palate is soft and balanced, supported by a good freshness that makes it a wine for long aging.
Bright ruby red with garnet.
Fragrant scents of black cherry and sour cherry, cinnamon and nutmeg, vanilla and anise.
The taste is full and balanced with soft, sweet tannins that give it a good aromatic persistence.
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How to serve
Serving temperature:
18 - 20°C.
Decanting time:
1 hours
Longevity:
15 - 25 years
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Name Feudi San Gregorio Taurasi 2011
Wine type Red still
Classification DOCG Taurasi
Year 2011
Format 0,75 l Standard
Country Italy
Region Campania
Grapes 100% Aglianico
History Vine with a long tradition, Aglianico is the most noble and important vineyards in the south and is a unifying matrix of the great red wines rank among the best southern Italian red. Issue is the origin of its name. Several scholars refer to the etymology Aglianico (or Glianica) Hellan or in the Hellenic Greek crediting the source, in particular, Euboea, the grape. The Door (1592) identified with the old screws Hellenica Helvolae described by Columella and Pliny. More recent studies, noting assonance Guarani / Glianico make it a continuation of the ancient Guarano, mentioned by Pliny. Unlikely the identity, if only lexical, as well as between Aleatico Aglianico and the derivation of the name Elea / Velia. More interesting etymological path of Andrea Bacci (1596) dating back to the greek aglaos (light) and Aglaia (splendor), which Aglianico, wine and ruby glow.
Production technique Maceration and fermentation in steel tanks for about 3 weeks.
Aging 18 months in French oak barrels of medium toast. Ageing: 9 months in bottle
Alcohol 14.50% by volume
Matching An excellent wine to drink with roasts of red meat, poultry and braised Aglianico.
On sale Price Feudi San Gregorio Taurasi 2011 € 15.80  With VAT
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Feudi San Gregorio

Feudi di San Gregorio is now the trademark symbol of the oenological renaissance of Southern Italy and a real culture of drinking, time to rediscover the profound identity of Mediterranean flavors. A path model, which began in the mid-eighties, with ...
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Veronelli
 
2011
Vitae AIS
 
2011
Wine Advocate
91/100 
2011
xtraWine
91/100 
2011
Bibenda
 
2010
Gambero Rosso
 
2010
James Suckling
91/100 
2010
Wine Spectator
91/100 
2010
Bibenda
 
2009
Wine Spectator
91/100 
2009
Bibenda
 
2008
Wine Spectator
90/100 
2008
Bibenda
 
2007
Wine Spectator
88/100 
2007
Bibenda
 
2006
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