Nov
05
2010

Feudi di San Gregorio Pàtrimo Campania IGT 2005, 92 points

2005 Feudi di San Gregorio Pàtrimo Campania IGT

(Italy, Campania, Campania IGT)

Great surprise. Beautiful full bodied old world wine. This wine was a treat with a nose of blackberries, spices and nice balance of oak. The palate was balanced and the tannins were just right. The best part of this wine for me was the real old world feel to the wine. Nice oak with vanilla, chocolate, and a little pipe tobacco and leather. Spices and minerals come through. This wine is mostly Merlot and has a soft but powerful jammy palate. I can tell this wine will age great and a few more years will do this wine good. Definite try.

Producers site: http://www.feudi.it/en/wines/patrimo-2/

From their site

“The 2006 Patrimo (Merlot) is a compelling wine. Super-ripe blackberries, blueberry jam, spices, minerals, graphite and French oak emerge from this opulent, full-throttle red. Despite the richness, there is a surprising level of clarity and detail in the glass. The tannins are impeccably soft and round all the way through to the finish. Today the oak is quite prominent, but another few years in bottle should help the wine come together nicely. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2026.”

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  • Novella says:

    Hi, we are happy to see that you have appreciated our Pàtrimo 2005 because we are very proud of it. Let’s stay connected on our Facebook Fan Page “I Vini dei Feudi di San Gregorio”…we are waiting for you opinions! Greeting
    Novella
    Feudi di San Gregorio Team

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