At the time of Pope Gregory the Great (590-604 AD), the lands of Sannio and Irpinia, which have always been cultivated with vines, were the home of the ancient Samnite people. This great Pope is remembered in the name of the rolling hills of Sorbo Serpico - San Gregorio, and this is the location of the Feudi San Gregorio winery which takes its name from these ancient historic roots.
Established in 1986 by two local families, Feudi San Gregorio is a thoroughly modern winery dedicated to the local viticultuarl heritage. Great care was taken in the selection of the terrain and the planting of the vines, new plants that have reproduced the historic local grape varieties. Advice was taken from both leading scientists and old local vintners.
At a time when many of Italy’s wineries are turning to international grape varieties, Feudi san Gregorio has built an enviable reputation based on its dedication to a small number of completely authentic local products that both protect local traditions and give a future to this region of ancient viticulture.