Like Calabria, Campania has a storied past at the center of Italian winemaking. The Romans and the Greeks both found this land outside the port of Napoli to be ideally suited for vinification. For a while,  it seemed that this region’s influence  might remain in the past tense, as winemakers drifted elsewhere and investment left the area.  A recent resurgence in pride and technology balanced with a respect for the tradition and terrior of the area has sparked a real renaissance in Campanian wines.

Villa D’ Campania