The 'Terra di Lavoro' by Galardi is a wine of great structure and prestige created by the clever blend of Aglianico and Piedirosso, refined in new oak barrels for 12 months. The vintages ranging from 1994 to today have seen a steady growth in the attention of experts and the public.
The Irpinia Aglianico DOC 'Serpico' by Feudi di San Gregorio wine of character and personality, deep and full, which is characterized by a range of ordered and varied aromas. 18 months in French oak barrels and barrels. A product to be reserved for those dinners where red meat and game are protagonists.
The Irpinia Bianco DOC 'Campanaro' by Feudi di San Gregorio is the perfect synthesis between Fiano and Greco. The delicate notes of yellow flowers and camomile from Fiano are combined with the freshness and minerality of the Greek. Balanced taste, enhanced by a short wooden passage that enriches the wine's bouquet. A white to match with seafood or white meat.
The Furore Rosso by Marisa Cuomo is obtained from piedirosso and aglianico grapes harvested manually that arrive in the cellar intact. The must passes into French oak second passage barriques for 6 months. Red with hints of red berry fruit, especially cherry, licorice and small wild flowers. Fresh, soft and rich, with good tannins and spicy references.
Capri Bianco by Scala Fenicia is a wine that brings to mind the saltiness of the sea, with very pleasant iodine notes and sapidity at the end. Convinces for its enjoyable taste and for its versatility in matching. Produced and bottled on the island of Capri, it is a must for those who love extreme and territorial wines.
Taurasi 'Candriano' FeudiStudi by Feudi di San Gregorio is the southern Barolo, so Taurasi DOCG from Campania is called by enthusiasts. Intense red, conquers nose and palate with a wave of warm aromas, from the smoky finish, and full and round flavors, in which one remains entranced by the elegance of the tannic texture. After fermentation in steel, it is aged for 20 months in barriques. A perfect bottle for an evening of meat.
'Fraedane' by Feudi di San Gregorio is part of the Feudi Studi line. It is an elegant white, which involves the nose and palate in a vortex of balanced aromas and flavors. The Fiano grapes come from a tiny parcel of less than one hectare, and after harvesting they are taken to the premises used for vinification in the cellar. Here we proceed with fermentation, carried out in steel, and the production process ends with a refinement, always in steel, of 12 months. A label of the undisputed level.
The Blended Scotch Whisky 30 Years Old by Ballantine’s is the result of the union of rare whiskeys aged at least 30 years, some of which come from distilleries that no longer exist today. Deep golden yellow in color, it opens to the nose with delicate fruity aromas including pear juice and peach, accompanied by notes of vanilla, honey and slight smoky hints. In the mouth it is complex and powerful, with floral and fruity scents that accompany a pleasantly long and spicy finish. Whiskey to be reserved for important occasions due to its exclusivity.
The 25 Year Old Original Legend Blended Scotch Whiskey by Chivas Regal is a refined distillate obtained from a selection of fine Scotch whiskeys that age at least 25 years in fine oak barrels, created to satisfy the sophisticated taste of New York's high society that it has acquired in little time an international resonance. At the sight of an intense golden yellow, it boasts a bouquet composed of hazelnut and wild berry scents, combined with notes of licorice, raspberry and sweet oats. In the mouth it is inviting, soft and juicy, with elegant aromas of butter, anise and custard. Ideal to be enjoyed alone as a meditation whiskey.
Miltonduff 15 Years Old by Ballantine's is a single malt Scotch whiskey aged for 15 years in ex-bourbon barrels and bottled at 40% vol. This single malt is used to give the Ballantine's floral and spicy notes, and by tasting this special single malt we can fully appreciate them. No blend producer in the world has ever given this opportunity so far, that is to say to deconstruct a product to find out how it is done. It is formed by dozens of single malts and single grain, but the mainstay is formed by 3 single malts: Glenburgie, Glentauchers and Miltonduff. The same single malts that we can find in Ballantine's Single Malt Series.
Glenburgie 15 Years Old by Ballantine's is a single malt Scotch whiskey aged for 15 years in American white oak barrels and bottled at 40% vol. This single malt is the heart of Ballantine's and is used to give sweetness and fruity notes. Beautiful opportunity from Ballantine's that allows us to deconstruct our blend by discovering which are the main single malts of this very famous product. The Glenburgie distillery was founded in 1829 near Forres by William Paul. In 1936 Hiram Walker acquired both Glenburgie and Miltonduff, which from that moment became two of the main single malts of the Ballantine’s. First of three releases for Ballantine's Single Malt Series.
Glentauchers 15 Years Old by Ballantine's is a single malt Scotch whiskey aged for 15 years in American white oak barrels and bottled at 40% vol. This single malt is delicate but spicy and with good persistence. The Glentauchers distillery was founded in 1829 by James Buchanan & Co. and since its inception the distillery was designed to provide quality single malts for blends, such as Black & White. In 1989 the Glentauchers also became part of the Ballantine's thanks to the acquisition of the distillery by Allied Distillers. Last of three releases for Ballantine's Single Malt Series.
Greco di Tufo 'Goleto' by Tenute Capaldo (Feudi di San Gregorio group) pays homage to the deep bond that unites the winery to these lands. The most expressive vineyards were selected, 'patches of land' in the most suitable districts, whose grapes are vinified in a real 'cellar in the cellar'. And almost 10 years of experimentation preceded the arrival of this Greco di Tufo. It is obtained from vineyards (2.5 hectares) located in the San Paolo area, in the municipality of Tufo, in the Cicogna, Laura and Nassano districts. The plants date back to 1988 and grow near the ancient sulfur mines. 80% of the mass is aged in barriques and barrels of 20 hectoliters and the remaining 20% in amphora, followed by 12 months in the bottle.