Feudi di San Gregorio Pàtrimo to be Featured at Matter of Taste New York
Robert Parker Wine Advocate celebrates its 40th anniversary in the Big Apple with the third edition of Matter of Taste New York, with highlights including a walkabout tasting featuring more than 250 wines (all rated 95 points or above) as well as several lauded dinners and master classes.
On Saturday, November 10, Italy reviewer Monica Larner will host a retrospective of Feudi di San Gregorio’s Pàtrimo featuring the winery’s chairman, Antonio Capaldo. Perhaps the wine that put Campania on the world wine map, Feudi di San Gregorio’s Pàtrimo is “one of the icon wines of Southern Italy,” says Larner in our Interim End of September 2016 Issue. “This single-vineyard Merlot was first produced in 1999 under the celebrated leadership of enologist Riccardo Cotarella. Not only has the wine survived important winery changes over the years, it has embraced them. This is because Pàtrimo remains one of the most consistent and steady wines in the ample Feudi di San Gregorio portfolio.”
Featured wines include the 1999, 2001, 2005 and 2013, among others. Don’t delay—get your tickets now.
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