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Feudi di San Gregorio Greco di Tufo 2018
SKU: 8951

Feudi di San Gregorio Greco di Tufo 2018

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750ml
$29.95

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Category White Wine
Varietal
Region Italy, Campania, Greco di Tufo
Brand Feudi di San Gregorio
Alcohol/vol 12.5%
Intense straw yellow color with a golden shimmer. Light scents of ripe pears, apricots, apples, fern and mint. Lively acidity and spicy minerality typical of vine cultivated in Tufo, with an incredibly long finish showing soft notes of balsamic. "Tufo" is not only the town, but it also means "chalk", which gives an incredible character with a mineral taste that pairs perfectly with raw fish, bufala mozzarella and white meat dishes.
Vinous
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Bright straw-yellow. Yellow flowers, earth notes, pear and balsamic oils on the inviting nose. Then rich, full and tactile, in typical Greco style, offering ripe apple and apricot flavors. Finishes long but polished and satisfying.

Ian D'Agata, November 2019
Wine Enthusiast
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Honeysuckle and exotic fruit aromas are front and center on this dazzling white. On the linear, vibrant palate, you'll find honeydew, Meyer lemon and tart apple alongside crisp acidity. A mineral note reminiscent of oyster shell closes the dry, tangy finish.

Kerin O'Keefe, November 1, 2019
Wine Advocate
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The 2018 Greco di Tufo (with 900,000 bottles made) is a sharp and linear expression with a distinct mineral note that cuts straight through and gives this wine its backbone. The fresh acidity also serves beautifully to that end. Drink this fresh white wine with insalata di mare or mussels steamed in white wine and garlic. Those savory seafood dishes would make a great contrast to the white flower and peachy aromas delivered by this pretty wine.

Monica Larner, October 10, 2019
Wine Spectator
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A snappy white, with nectarine, persimmon and blood orange sorbet notes, backed by lively acidity and a stony underpinning. Clean-cut finish. Drink now.

Alison Napjus, 2020