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Azienda vinicola Feudi di San Gregorio

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Azienda vinicola Feudi di San Gregorio

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Michael M wrote a review Jun 2019
Raleigh, North Carolina90 contributions36 helpful votes
Stepping off the beaten path to find Feudi di San Gregorio winery is by no means a step back in time. In fact, think modern meets mountaintop. They are even experimenting with aging white wine in ceramic casks (see picture attached). These folks are pushing the envelope of winemaking in a good way. The rooftop herb and rose gardens are also a stunning and must-see of any visit. Spring for the 25 Euro, 3-wine tasting private tour and select from ANY of Feudi's current releases - a rarity at a winery of this caliber. Warm, helpful, friendly folks...very professional and passionate about their wines. Hey, they even play classical music to help their wines "enjoy" the wait till it's time to be bottled and consumed. Magnifico!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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brush47 wrote a review Oct 2017
ny20 contributions3 helpful votes
we visited this azienda vinicola plus restaurant in 2011 and found it very rizzy and exspansive but also one of a kind and their wines are also high in prices but one of the regions best
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Date of experience: August 2017
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jrdhist wrote a review Apr 2017
Arlington, Virginia103 contributions19 helpful votes
An inside look at the wine industry in Italy served with a fine meal by an attentive staff. The waiters/waitresses were always making sure that each paired wine with specific course was filled so that diners could consistently appreciate the wines offered. The food was delicious, befitting a Michelin starred restaurant, and the next course was always timed well to allow for flavors in the next course to not be affected. Prices reflect the Michelin rating. Not sure why anyone would want to bring young children (under 16) to such an experience as there is nothing for them to do.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Ilyana8 wrote a review Aug 2015
Province of Naples, Italy69 contributions24 helpful votes
We called to reserve a time for an hour wine hour and was able to get a spot that same day in the afternoon. My husband and I arrived with our 5 year old daughter and she may have enjoyed herself as much as we did (minus the delicious wine buzz at the end)! The winery is beautifully constructed (by a Japanese architect) with wonderful garden area where they grow their herbs for the restaurant. We enjoyed the English tour by Liliana and purchased a few bottles of our favorite wines (We loved the Greco!) Do not hesitate to book a tour here, you almost felt like you had booked the entire winery to yourself, it was very tranquil and serene. Go, Go Go!
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Date of experience: July 2015
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seav66 wrote a review Sep 2014
Naples, Italy370 contributions148 helpful votes
I Use for many years the winery forpurchase wine (for personal use and gifts). Maybe it's one of the few wineries, which in addition to product quality, has made the brand and the winery itself a point of excellence. I saw something similar to Napa Valley, so happy to find people in Italy and similar structures. I visited the restaurant attached (Maremma), but I've never had the pleasure of eating, and I was very impressed by the ambience and cuisine.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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