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Allegrini 2018

THE SOUTHERN ITALIAN WINE BRAND IN IRPINIA, FEUDI SAN GREGORIO, HAS INVESTED ALSO IN THE BOLGHERI TERRITORY, PURCHASING (ACCORDING TO WINENEWS RUMORS) VILLA PAVONIERE IN CASTAGNETO CARDUCCI.

Irpinia wine brand, Feudi di San Gregorio, has invested in Bolgheri, one of the most renowned wine territories in Italy (where one hectare of vineyard costs between 350.000 and 500.000 euros, ed.) purchasing (according to WineNews rumors) the winery and 14 hectares of vineyards of Villa Le Pavoniere in Castagneto Carducci, of Girolamo Strozzi Guicciardini properties (Tenute Guicciardini Strozzi). This is the most recent transaction in the growth strategy of Feudi di San Gregorio, headed by Antonio Capaldo, which has become a national reference point and has expanded its boundaries far beyond its "headquarters" in Sorbo Serpico (counting more than 300 hectares of vineyards, www.feudi.it).
Through partnerships, like the one with Federico Graziani, sommelier (Best Sommelier in Italy 1998) and Mount Etna producer of "Vulcano Perfume", which Feudi distributes, who prompted the winery to recently buy 2 more hectares on Mount Etna that Graziani will continue to lead, under the counsel of one of Etna most influential wine growers, Salvo Foti. Or, like the partnership with the agronomist Pier Paolo Sirch (who is also the CEO of Feudi), of Azienda Agricola Sirch that has witnessed hectares in the eastern hills of Friuli go from 30 to 120. Or, with their "tout court" acquisitions, such as those in Apulia, 50 hectares of the Ognissole in Manduria or 22 hectares of Cefalicchio in Canosa di Apulia, and in Basilicata, over 25 hectares of vineyards with the company Basilisk in Barile.

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