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San Gregorio Falanghina- BACK IN STOCK

We sent out this little gem a few weeks ago and the response was overwhelming. We ran out in just a few hours. Well, we just got in a whole new shipment and for those of you that missed out the first time, now’s your chance. If you bought it before and loved it as much as we did, grab some before these are gone as well. Also, we have a small amount of the red from San Gregorio at a great price too. Grab a case of each, you won’t be sorry.

This was our MUST BUY wine of the month last month but we are extending the deal. Wine is in stock NOW!


Irpinia is the historical name of the Province of Avellino in Campania, one of the largest and most populated regions of Southern Italy. It is an area with a deeply rooted agricultural tradition, where some of the most original and enduring European wines are born, such as the red Taurasi and the whites Fiano di Avellino, Falanghina del Sannio and Greco di Tufo.
Irpinia is a truly unique territory under many aspects: Mediterranean latitudes, mountain viticulture, fresh rainy climate, with wines that for their style and character are very different from classic “southern” stereotype.

2017 Feudi di San Gregorio * Falanghina del Sannio
88pts RP, 90pts JS
$13.50/ $145.80cs

The value-priced 2017 Falanghina del Sannio opens to a crisp and luminous appearance. Feudi di San Gregorio opts for an accessible approach to this easy-drinking wine with a hands-off winemaking philosophy. The bouquet shows ripe fruit with apricot, preserved lemon and blanched almond. The wine hits the palate in a direct and immediate fashion, offering a great sense of zestiness and freshness along the way. This is the quintessential summer sipper.


2016 Feudi di San Gregorio * Irpinia Aglianico Rubrato
94pts JS
$14.99/ $161.89cs

100 BEST WINES UNDER $30 in 2018 – Great fresh-plum and herbal character on the expressive nose leads into an Aglianico fruit that is sourced from the lower parts of Feudi di San Gregorio’s Taurasi vineyards. Fresh, without being overly tart, at the long, dry and mineral finish with its dark fruit nuances, natural spice and scorched earth aromas… Drink or hold.