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|Designation||Fiano di Avellino DOCG|
|Alcohol Content||13% vol.|
|Formats||Bottle of 750 ml.|
|Tasting||Color - yellow straw decided. Scent - ranging from fresh chamomile flowers, the freshly picked fruit, candied citron. Taste - balanced softness alive minerality and freshness.|
|Food matches||Seafood & Shellfish, Fish plates, White Meat|
|Service temperature||10° - 12° C.|
|Suggested glass||Calyx thin long-stemmed|
A young company in a land of great traditions
Founded in 1986, Feudi di San Gregorio is today the symbolic mark of the enological renaissance of southern Italy and of a culture of drinking; a time of rediscovering the identity of Mediterranean flavors. To protect the tradition while pursuing all the potential. Enhancing the wines of Southern Italy such as Aglianico, Fiano di Avellino and Greco di Tufo, investing in the land and in the secular traditions of Irpinian viticulture, restoring a future to a unique environmental harmony. Today Feudi di San Gregorio is – and wants to be more and more – a place of encounter, of confrontation, of knowledge, of meditation, a laboratory of ideas and culture.
In Irpinia – land of ancient viticultural tradition – the vineyards coexist forever with fruit trees, forests, olives and aromatic herbs. In other words, they have always been part of our lives. The original nucleus of the vineyards of Feudi di San Gregorio are found in the zone of Sorbo Serpico, where the winery rises; in time, this is joined by the vineyards of Tufo, Taurasi and Santa Paolina, perched on hils ranging from 350 to 700 meters elevation. This is from a beginning of about 30 hectaresto over 300 today.
The spirit that is the soul of Feudi di San Gregorio cannot take her to look outside her original boundaries: a project with which the company wants to look back – in different territories of Irpinia, but also difficult and forgotten – the true experience always in great respect of the local tradition. Thus, our “landing place” in Vulture in Basilicata and in the area of Manduria in Puglia.