Montevetrano is located in the hills close to the village of San Cipriano Picentino in the province of Salerno. Owned by Silvia Imparato, and assisted by Riccardo Cotarella in the cellar, this boutique winery produces around 30,000 bottles a year.
Joaquin has crafted an almost cult like celebrity amongst fans of southern Italian reds. The famous Taurasi ‘Buona Morte’ Riserva comes from 200 year old Aglianico vines in the small village of Paternopoli.
Feudi di San Gregorio is one of the most important names in Campania. Along with one or two others they have put the region on the map and introduced the world to wines such as Fiano di Avellino and Greco di Tufo.
Alois is a boutique producer based in Pontelatone in the Caserta province of Campania. The estate is best known for producing wines from grape varieties local to the volcanic soils of the area. The white Pallagrello Bianco is widely regarded amongst Italian wine enthusiasts, and there is growing excitement around the red Casavecchia grape from the little known DOC territory of Casavecchia di Pontelatone.
The Varchetta family have been making wine in the Campi Flegrei for over 100 years. Located on the volcanic slopes of the Astroni crater between Naples and Pozzuoli, vineyards are planted with local varieties such as Falanghina Flegrea and Piedirosso.