23 Ratings
Feudi di San Gregorio Serpico

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(2001 Vintage) "Robert Parker 98: The 2001 Serpico, impenetrable and inky, staggeringly rich in both aroma and flavor, offers ultra-ripe but perfectly fresh berry fruit, cloves, cinnamon and chocolate, and mouth-coating, deep-pile tactile sensations which combine iron power and an enveloping voluptuous texture infinitely deep and long. I would be amazed if this wine did not last thirty years."" Wine Spectator 94: Bold and structured red. Dark color; black licorice, raspberry and mineral character and hints of dried flowers; full-bodied, with spicy fruit and undertones of black pepper. read more...Chewy finish. This is fantastic. Best after 2007. 5,000 cases made. (JS) 100 year old Aglianico """ (hide)

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  • Antonio Galloni
    (2003 Vintage) "The 2003 is a fascinating Serpico. The wine boasts impressive concentration in its dark, rich fruit. This is an incredibly primary Serpico, with little in the way of tertiary development. Ideally, it is best left alone for another few years, but readers fortunate enough to own this are in for a thrilling ride once the wine opens up a bit. Today it remains tightly coiled but full of potential. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2023."
  • International Wine Cellar
    (1999 Vintage) Rating: 94/100 - As reviewed by International Wine Cellar. ST: Brooding blackish purple. Very powerful aromas of roasted, jammy berry fruits, underbrush and licorice. Impressively concentrated, rich and dense; seems more solid than liquid. Warm flavors of plum and blackberry jam, tar and truffle go on and on on the finish.
  • Decanter
    (1999 Vintage) Rating: 0/5 - As reviewed by Decanter. Serena Sutcliffe MW gave this wine a facetious 101 points at the great Millennium Champagne tasting in Sweden. 'The ultimate
  • Wine Spectator
    (1999 Vintage) "Rich and glorious red. Built like a brick house. Black in color, with intense aromas of black licorice, berry, toasted oak and black pepper. Full-bodied and concentrated, with fabulous fruit and big, round tannins. Long, long finish. Aglianico. Best after 2004."