He says: On the palate, this wine is bursting with flavour, intensity, and fruit, with well-balanced acidity and a better than average finish.
She says: The fact that this is quite a rich wine, means that I find it enjoyable all year round. Unlike some white wines, it is not just a summer sipper.
He says: I found the wine to be pretty tame compared to most examples of Cabernet Franc that we drink, and lacking in varietal character.
She says: An interesting wine but far from mind blowing.
He says: Could really take it or leave it.
She says: A straightforward bubbly that those with a sweet wine affection would no doubt enjoy.
He says: On first taste, I wasn’t that impressed, but after time, this wine really wowed me. Serves me right.
She says: This wine was typical Italian: cherry, earthy, with a rustic nature that evolved into elegance.
She says: This wine definitely had a more New World feel to it than a traditional Italian style.
He says: Think Tuscan farmer walking down Robson street – entertaining, but perhaps a bit out of place.
She says: If you are looking to experiment with some indigenous Italian varieties, this is a good wine to start with.
He says: I’ll be keeping an eye out for more wines from Feudi di San Gregorio and have a feeling their lineup of wines will contain more hidden gems like this one.
She says: I could imagine drinking this in the southern Italian heat when bigger red’s would be too heavy.
He says: An easy-sipper if ever there was one. Drinkable, but unmemorable, and not very rustic.