Campania Wine

Campania is 34% mountains, 51% hills and 15% flatlands. It borders with Lazio, Basilicata, Molise, Puglia and the Tyrrhenian Sea. The vineyards are 30.000 hectares and the main vines are Aglianico, Barbera, Sangiovese, Piedirosso, Montepulciano, Primitivo, Falanghina, white Malvasia di Candia, Trebbiano, Code di Volpe, Fiano, Greco, Aspirino and Biancolella. Aglianico comes from the Vite Ellenica of very ancient origins. It was in fact introduced by the Ancient Greeks. Just as ancient are Greco and Fiano which were instead imported by the Phoenicians.


  • Aglianico del Taburno e Taburno
  • Guardia Sanframondi o Guardiolo
  • Sant’Agata de’ Goti o Sant’Agata dei Goti
  • Solopaca
  • Aglianico del Taburno
  • Aversa
  • Benevento o Beneventano Igt
  • Campania Igt
  • Campi Flegrei
  • Capri
  • Casavecchia di Pontelatone
  • Castel San Lorenzo
  • Catalanesca del Monte Somma Igt
  • Cilento
  • Colli di Salerno Igt
  • Costa d’Amalfi
  • Dugenta Igt
  • Epomeo Igt
  • Falanghina del Sannio
  • Falerno del Massico
  • Fiano di Avellino
  • Galluccio
  • Greco di Tufo
  • Irpinia
  • Ischia
  • Paestum Igt
  • Penisola Sorrentina
  • Pompeiano Igt
  • Roccamonfina Igt
  • Sannio
  • Taurasi
  • Terre del Volturno Igt
  • Vesuvio

Local products in the area surrounding Caserta and water springs
Only thirty minutes away from the Reggia di Caserta here is an activity to discover and taste the local products and to see a water spring in the Parco del Riardo. Two days characterised by breath-taking views of vineyards, olive tree groves and medieval towns, this is the chance to get acquainted with enterprises such as Il Verro and Il Casale di Riardo and to visit a park that is being redeveloped by the FAI (Fondo Ambientale Italiano). In this park people can enjoy a dramatic scenery characterised by beautiful waterways, oak trees, olive tree groves, and organic plantations – and why not sample and taste different kinds of fresh mineral waters.
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About Author

Guido Clerici
Guido Clerici | Photographer since 1990, belongs to the Ordine dei Giornalisti (Italy’s Order of Journalists) since 2004. He has published covers, articles and advertisements on major Italian and international magazines (GQ Italy, GQ Germany, GQ Russia, GQ Spain, AD Russia, Traveller Russia, Max, Abitare, Interni), portraying national and international celebrities such as John Malkovich, Casey Stoner, Chef Cracco, Vico Magistretti, Winton Marsalis, Pistorius and many others. He works with companies and architecture and design studios making pictures for brochures, catalogues, and websites. He has been represented by Grazia Neri, Italy’s main photographic agency, and Agenzia LUZphoto of Milan. Beside photography, he works in the food-and-wine and tourism field. Between 2010 and 2012 he earns a Travel Agency Technical Director title, a Sommelier diploma with AIS and a Cheese Taster title with ONAF. Through Officine Turistiche, a website offering environmentally friendly wine-and-food itineraries, he also offers photo shooting, websites design, and event management.