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Feudi di San Gregorio is built on the premise that wine and art share the same creative process, so it’s no wonder the Campania estate leapt to explore Bordeaux varieties under Italian sunshine with Patrimo. An undisputed champion in the heart of Campania, Feudi di San Gregorio scored 95 points from Robert Parker with their 2010 release, which promises to reward drinkers with its longevity.
A love affair with Merlot, Patrimo lingers on the palate the memory of a first kiss. An intriguing harmony between black fruit, eucalyptus, and sweet tannins Patrimo exudes complete harmony between in a wine destined for a long, long life. Don’t let this be the one that gets away.
About the wine
An undisputed champion in the heart of Campania, Feudi di San Gregorio is taking advantage of a rare, historic Merlot block in the heart of Aglianico country. A magnificent expression of Italian terroir, Patrimo will have even the most devoted Bordeaux lovers second-guessing their allegiance to France after a single sip of this red, which brings Bordeaux-style elegance to a heartily Italian wine.
2010 was a golden vintage across Campania, leaving vineyards heavy with ripe, concentrated fruit and in the case of Patrimo, the structure to last for at least a decade. Ruby red and lively, Patrimo opens with red berries, marmalade and tart cherry, followed by eucalyptus, vanilla and espresso. Velvety smooth and incredibly rich, Patrimo begs to be decanted and savored. A new wine from a legendary estate, Patrimo’s moment in the sun is coming--but these bottles, and this price, simply won’t last.
Winemaker: Feudi Team
- 95 pts, Wine Advocate
- 4.2/5.0, Vivino Users
4.2 ★ Vivino Users
"Patrimo 2010 has an inky colour and displays incredible intensity. It is hugely perfumed" - Alessio
"Deliciously sensual Merlot that literally wraps itself gently yet firmly across your entire palate" - Delta Z.
95 pts, Wine Advocate
"Feudi di San Gregorio hits the high notes with the excellent 2010 Pàtrimo. The wine is long and elegant with finely-tuned notes of dark fruit, spice and dark mineral. These three aromatic groupings play against each other with beautifully balanced intensity. As it takes on more air in the glass, the wine begins to show balsam notes with licorice and cola. This was a classic vintage for the Campania region as it was for much of the rest of Italy. Other grapes like Aglianico were harvested early in 2010, but Merlot was actually picked a bit later than normal. The wine offers a bright point of acidity that will a go a long way to ensure its future longevity."