At the forefront of the wine-making renaissance in the Campania region, Feudi di San Gregorio has only just turned 30 years old. We're celebrating its birthday with a special promotion showcasing the excellent catalogue of this young yet already historic winery . A selection of wines which share a well-defined style and an almost symbiotic identification with their lands of origin, both here and in other of this company’s wineries throughout Italy. A real heritage that in itself constitutes a world of wine.
A world which includes, among its most recent ventures, the Dubl project, devoted to the promotion of a sparkling wine made from Campania's indigenous grapes and one which has been able to count on the professional advice of Anselme Selosse, a renowned Champagne expert. Also of course, Basilisco, a name which needs no introduction, a magnificent Aglianico emanating from one of the most important crus in Vulture.
In Salento, near Manduria, we find the biodynamic wines of Ognissole, a winery connected to Feudi di San Gregorio that offers fascinating wines from Italy's heel. In Friuli, in the far north-east of the country, the classic international wines of Luigi Sirch are winning over ever more palates thanks to their cleanness and precision, in what is undoubtedly another excellent wine-making and commercial collaboration undertaken by Feudi San Gregorio.
Naturally, Tuscany couldn't be left out. In Bolgheri, in the shadow of the Castagneto Carducci hills, we come across the Campo alle Comete winery and its great red Stupore. A profound, intense, balsamic, smooth and enveloping wine, which expresses all the best aspects of the Feudi world and the typicity of the terroir.