The region of Irpinia is most well known for the production of wine from the grape varieties of Aglianico, Fiano di Avellino, and Greco di Tufo and can boast three prestigious DOCGs. Below, you will find a sampling of the wineries we can help you discover. These cantines (wineries) have not only preserved vines and winemaking traditions that date back hundreds of years, but are bringing their own unique touches to these wines as the region begins to gain recognition in Italy, and around the world.
Feudi Di San Gregorio
This ultra-modern winery in Sorbo Serpico provides a change in the traditional architecture of Irpinia. Founded in 1990, it has quickly gained an impressive reputation for quality while preserving the family-owned passion for local production that defines the area. Come for a tasting here to enjoy not only the zen-like setting among the Italian hills, but also to dine at the winery's restaurant, Michelin starred Marennà.
A fourth generation winemaker, Enza opened her cantina just two years ago after creating a cantina for her family's grapes. In this short time, she is already producing fantastic wines on her family's land. These natural wines are known for their great taste and the exceptional care that goes into production. In fact, the grapes are hand-pressed before fermentation. You won't want to miss tasting these wines only available locally.