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    Greco di tuff - Feudi san Gregorio 0.75 L

    Feudi di SanGregorio

    Regular price €13,30

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     DESCRIPTION

    The Greco di Tufo of Feudi di San Gregorio is born in vineyards located in the municipality of Sorbo Serpico in the wonderful Irpinia landscape.


    It is produced entirely with Greco grapes, harvested and selected exclusively by hand. Fermentation takes place in steel tanks, at a controlled temperature of 16-18°C. Subsequently the wine rests in steel, for 4 months, on its own yeasts to refine its organoleptic characteristics.

    Grapes: 100% Greek.

    The Greco di Tufo by Feudi di San Gregorio presents a color deep straw yellow. On the nose opens with a large and persistent bouquet of white peach, rennet apple and wisteria. On the palate it is characterized by an excellent freshness and minerality that accompany towards a pleasant and persistent finish.

    Alcohol: 12,5°

    Pairings: Perfect to accompany raw seafood and buffalo mozzarella, this white is ideal in combination with first courses based on white meat.

     

    THE CELLAR

    The Pierfrancesco Gatto company is located in one of the most beautiful wine-growing areas in the province of Asti, Piedmont. The wine "Barbera d’Asti Superiore Iolanda" by Pierfrancesco Gatto as Barbera, is characterized by its original and organoleptic profile. The "Barbera d’Asti Superiore Iolanda" wine by Pierfrancesco Gatto is a red, still, dry wine, vinified from Barbera grapes in the context of the typologies provided by the denomination.

    The Pierfrancesco Gatto company is one of the most important wineries in the province of Asti. The area where the Pierfrancesco Gatto winery is located is historically suited for viticulture. In particular, the numerous awards obtained by agricultural companies in the province of Asti have further stimulated producers to invest in the territory to make the most of its production potential, to constantly improve its quality and tackle new markets.