A new winery has just joined our portfolio.
It is official: Feudi di San Gregorio is part of our portfolio.
Since its creation, back in 1986, Feudi di San Gregorio focused on Campania native varietals – such as Greco, Fiano and Aglianico – by applying academic studies and on-field research to a territory, Irpinia, where quality-oriented viticulture always existed. Feudi works today on 300 hectares of vineyards, articulated in over 800 parcels; each parcel – differing from the others in its altitude, exposure or inclination – has been extensively studied by the winery to preserve terroir biodiversity and create extraordinary crus. Thanks to its soils, mostly volcanic and sandy, vines survived the phyllossera spreading in 1910, allowing Irpinia to become one of the new European viticulture birthplaces.
Deeply anchored to this unique terroir, Feudi di San Gregorio expressed its vision through innovative codes, from design and contemporary art to the gourmet restaurant located inside the winery (Marennà). Exposed for two editions at the Biennale of Architecture in Venice, Feudi winery intends to conjugate beauty and absolute quality. The range is composed of three pillars: The Unique Wines, expressing the authentic excellent of specific Irpinia vineyards;Campania Specialities encompassing the broad diversity of Campania varietals and appelations and The wines devoted to the most celebrated indigenous Campania varietals (Falanghina, Aglianico, Greco and Fiano).
We are sure that this collaboration will lead to great satisfaction and excellent results.