Just over an hour inland from the rugged coastline of Southwestern Italy, Feudi di San Gregorio is situated in the Campania region. This is a white wine made from the indigenous Greco grape variety and is a harmonious blend of spicy minerality, refreshing acidity and a creamy full-bodied character. With notes of Apricot, Apple and Peach, this is intensely aromatic but also elegantly balanced. ‘Tufo’ is not only the name of the town from which this area takes its name; it also refers to the volcanic chalks (Tuff) in the soils (Mount Vesuvius is 35 miles away) and this contributes much of the minerality to the wine.
Feudi di San Gregorio were founded in 1986 by the Capaldo family in the small town of Sorbo Serpico. Their ambition was to focus on local indigenous grape varieties such as Greco, Fiano, Falanghina and Aglianico while embracing contemporary techniques in order to produce superior quality wines. In such a dramatic setting, both geographically and historically, this is a superb example of the marriage between tradition and innovation. This would be a great companion for dishes containing fresh uncooked fish, Bufala Mozzarella and white meats. 12.5% ABV.