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2001 Feudi di San Gregorio Aglianico Rubrato Campania Rosso
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94 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - July/August 2005

($65) Deep inky ruby. Wonderfully ripe red and black fruit aromas with overtones of dark coffee, licorice, milk chocolate and charcoal. Offers a rich, luscious mouth feel and superb resonating length. This may not be a paradigm of restraint, but who could argue with hedonism in its purest form?

88 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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by R. Parker Westinghouse, III
Quite green and vegetal. Drinkable, but not enjoyable.
by Rico
Rubrato retails at less than $20, so no doubt the second wine posted is an error. If I'm not mistaken the only wine from the San Gregorio line that retails in the mid-$60's is Serpico, with Patrimo at the top $100+ and the Taurasi Riserva Montevergine in the mid-$40's (the 2001 Riserva hasn't been released yet either).
by allenclark
Not a review, but highlighting a likely error - the two reviews here can't be the same wine. Scores of 86 and 94, and prices of $17 and $65 between two different reviews?


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