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Ultimate Guide to Campania Wine Region

Campania wine region is located in the south of Italy and is world-famous for its many attractions: the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento, Positano, Ravello, Ischia, Capri, Naples, Vesuvius, as well as the two archaeological sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and the Greek temples at Paestum. The history of this part of Italy is fascinating. The mild climate, the scenic beauty, the historical and cultural heritage as well as the artful and loving cuisine together with its distinctive wines from indigenous grape varieties, make Campania wine region a thoroughly livable land.

Discover the wine tasting and tours experiences in Campania wine region, be adventurous to enjoy the pleasures that the region offers!

The countryside of Campania wine region, Italy

Why Campania Wine Region?

  1. Campania wine region like many other Italian wine regions is famous for the big diversity of indigenous grape varieties and vineyards that take us back to Ancient Roman and Greek times.
  2. Home to exceptional gastronomy and the land that gave Pizza to the world!
  3. Campania is full of places for dream Italian holidays including Amalfi Coast, which is once in a lifetime destination.

Where to Stay in Campania

HABITA79 Pompeii

Situated at the center of Pompeii and near the entrance to the renowned archaeological site, HABITA79 blends modern hospitality with top-notch international brand quality.

Hotel Graal

Hotel Graal presents one of the most awe-inspiring views in all of Campania. Its rooms and terraces provide vistas that overlook the Amalfi Coast and the Gulf of Salerno.

Hotel Il Gabbiano

This charming hotel originated in the 1970s through the restoration of a former building that previously housed the Positano School.

Resort & Winery Bosco De Medici

Explore the Resort and winery Bosco De Medici, situated near the Pompeii archaeological site. Delve into an immersive experience, offering guided tours unveiling the mysteries of Pompeii's wine and cuisine.

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History of Wines of Campania

Before the Italian Renaissance, wines of Campania were already being produced. Some wines of Campania date back two millennia to Roman settlements. Then came a long period of chaos and the near destruction of vines that had been planted as early as 1,000 B.C.

Campania wine region has strong historical links to wine and is one of Italy's very oldest wine regions. The considerable influence of ancient empires, including the Greeks, and Romans means some of this area's varieties have old stories attached. The area is also famous for producing Falerno, one of the most ancient wines in Italy.

THE FACT BOX: Because of the high fertility of the Campanian countryside Romans called this land "Campania Felix" which in the Latin language means happy land.

Campania Wine Region Map

Campania Wine Map

What you Should Know About Campanian Wines

Unique as the beauty of the landscape in Campania wine region, is also the diversity of the vineyards and so, of the wines: the palette reaches from the fruity to the powerful, from mineral to opulent and with white and red. Surprising is above all the white wines, whose grapes are partly in height grow from 700 to 800 meters and which is often given a long life by the acidity and minerality.

Best Wines from Campania

Due to the big diversity of Campanian terroirs from the hills on the coast to the volcanic soil of Vesuvius and the Mediterranean Campania Italy climate, there are many interesting wines to be discovered. The most demanding red wines are certainly Taurasi and  Aglianico del Taburno made from the Aglianico grape variety.

Among the white wines, you can especially enjoy the fruity Fiano di Avellino, which smells of pome fruit and nuts and can often even be reminiscent of a muscatel with notes of fresh grape skins. Interesting white wines deliver as well the variety Greco.

Aglianico wine is full-bodied, color-intensive, and has high tannin content red wines with long aging potential. when it is developed into a profound, concentrated, and very noble wine, it is usually praised in the highest tones.

But exciting best wines in Campania wine region also come naturally from the volcanic locations near Mount Vesuvius, as well as from the steep terraces of the Amalfi Coast and the offshore islands.

Appellations: The wine production in Campania wine region is spread over the provinces of Avellino, Benevento, and Caserta. These are distributed to 4 DOCG's, 15 DOC's and 10 IGT's. The outstanding red wine of Campania grows further to the east in Campania and is called Taurasi DOCG, which is made from the previously underrated Aglianico grape.

In Campania wine region, you can as well find many indigenous grape varieties, some of them very old such as Asprinio, Biancolella, Coda di Volpe and Piedirosso.

You can discover the Galluccio DOC in the winery Tenuta Leonardo and Vesuvio DOC during a tour in Sorrentino Vesuvio Winery!

Home to 100 Native Grapes

The variety of Aglianico is in the spotlight of Campania wine region. Other reds are Casavecchia, Guarnaccia, Olivella, Per'e Palummo and internationals as Barbera, Primitivo, and Sangiovese. The most important white varieties are Asprinio, Biancazita, Biancolella, Caprettone and Coda di Volpe Bianca.

Red grape varieties:



Greco Nero




White grape varieties:


Coda die Volpe



Greco Bianco

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The most exclusive island of Capri

Capri is the most exclusive of the three islands in the Gulf of Naples. The much-touted rock island is about 10 km² in size and is located only 5 km from the mainland in the Gulf of Naples. The Romans in antiquity already were attracted by the island with the lush vegetation and built their summer villas and residences there.

The coast of Capri Island

The island is mainly known for its caves by the sea. Between bizarre rock formations, various caves have formed over time. Enjoy this incomparable play of colors that nature offers you here.

The capital Capri is perched on a high plateau. In the winding, white streets you will find fine boutiques and cafes. The small harbor Marina Grande invites you to linger. From here you can take the cable car up through lemon gardens to Piazzetta, the heart of Capri.

You should not miss the landmark of the city, the rock protruding from the sea "Faraglioni".

Amalfi Coast - Once in a Lifetime Destination

Costa Divina, the "divine coast," begins at the foothills of the Monti Lattari, which forms the southern arc of the Gulf of Naples.

Surrounded by tall, evergreen mountains, the coastal cities of the region are a real gem. Sorrento is located on the coast of the island of Capri. To the east runs the narrow, winding dream road Amalfitana. Along the cliff coast, you always drive with a view of the cobalt blue sea. Due to the spectacular cliffs, the Amalfi Coast is considered one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.

Amalfi Coast, Campania

The city of Amalfi looks like an up and down of steps and stairs. Stacked white houses are nestled on the slopes. Stroll through the tangle of houses and through the medieval street tunnel Rua Nova Mercatorum to the magnificent cathedral Sant'Andrea with its huge outside staircase.

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Naples - Homeland of Pizza

Did you know that the historic center of Naples is over 2,500 years old and was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1995?

Naples, the capital of the Campania wine region, is one of the most impressive and beautiful art cities in the Mediterranean. Strolling through the streets of the old town, you can feel the magic of history up close. The Via Toledo boulevard leads you to elegant shops down to the seafront. Naples promises a sensual experience where all your senses will be involved. The beauty of the city combined with the hustle and bustle of the city and of course flavors of pizza coming from little pizzerias at the corner of the street, which you can't simply pass by.

The city of Naples and Vesuvius Volcano, Campania

Monuments you shouldn't miss The Duomo San Gennaro

The richly furnished cathedral attracts its visitors with a magnificent baroque chapel. And the traditional villa district Posillipo, where old noble families and nouveau rich people live. A walk is definitely worth the visit.

The winery Cantine Astroni is located 30 minutes drive from the center of Naples. Take your chance to taste typical wines of Campania!

Nature in Campania Wine Region: Green Oases and a Rumbling Volcano

In addition to cultural cities and beautiful beaches, Campania also has beautiful nature to offer, which has its origins in the fertile soil of the volcano. There are many areas where you can enjoy the nature that surrounds Naples and the whole of Campania wine region.
Spring and autumn are the best seasons for hiking through beautiful nature when the temperatures are pleasantly mild.

Mount Vesuvius - Adventure: up to the Rumbling Volcano

Vesuvius is the only active volcano in southern Italy. The most devastating eruption occurred in 79 when the thriving cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum were completely buried under its ashes. visiting Pompei, the town that is frozen in time, is an unforgettable experience. Since this eruption, Vesuvius has its present form with the deep crater at its summit. In 1991, the Vesuvio National Park opened and since then you can climb Mount Vesuvius on a hiking trail.

View of Mount Vesuvius from Pompei Archeological Site

Already on the ascent, you will get a great view of Naples and the Mediterranean Sea. If the weather is good, you can easily see the islands of Capri and Ischia in the Gulf of Naples. You follow the path to the summit, where you can have a great view of the deep volcanic crater.

National park of Cilento - discover original Italy

The national park of Cilento is located near Salerno and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the south of Italy. In addition to an exciting mountain and hilly landscape as well as rocky coasts, the park mainly includes extensive, idyllic forest areas and picturesque olive groves.

Along the coast, where the sea shimmers in bright colors, small towns are scattered. You can experience the Cilento with all your senses - it's a wonderful experience.

The Cilento offers over 100 km of coastline and a natural hinterland with low mountain ranges. In addition to the long and wide beaches, you will find excellent hiking areas, always with beautiful natural scenarios.
Here you can also admire the ancient ruins of Paestum.

Sant'Agata - Hidden Jewel

The village of Sant'Agata Sui Due Golfi is located on a ridge overlooking the Gulf of Naples and Salerno.
With spectacular views of the Gulf of Naples on one side and the Gulf of Salerno on the other, it is a quiet place.  The Neapolitans love this place because from here you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of the surrounding hills and the sea.

Since the middle of the 19th century, the village has been popular with travelers for its healthy climate, lovely nature, and hospitality of its inhabitants.

Campania Wine Region - Heaven for Foodies

The kitchen of Campania Wine Region - from Where Italian Classics Come

Aromatic tomatoes, fragrant lemons, mozzarella from cow and buffalo milk, pasta, fish and wine. The rich agricultural economy of Campania makes tasty products. These products not only shape the landscape but also determine the culinary image of the region.

Pizza, margarita-naples

A chapter in Campanian gastronomy represents the pizza!

Naples is the cradle of pizza, here it was created as a "street food". They were sold on every street corner as triangular hot pizza slice, which was then folded like a wallet and served wrapped in baking paper. Even today you can buy this original pizza as street food in the historic center of Naples on the street. The variants of the pizza are endless, even if many modern pizzas a real Neapolitan would turn up his nose. Only one thing counts for him: Pizza Margherita! With tomato sauce, buffalo mozzarella, basil, and olive oil of the highest quality. Basta!

Spaghetti alla Puttanesca or Spaghetti in the Style of Prostitutes

This simple, but delicious recipe is one of the traditional Neapolitan recipes today. It is said that the recipe was invented at the beginning of the 19th century in a Neapolitan brothel. The owner of the brothel worried about his customers and employees. To give them strength for the physical effort, he even experimented in the kitchen. The spaghetti was probably effective and directly liked by everyone.

Spaghetti alla Puttanesca

In this simple dish, olives and tomato capers are mixed into an intense-tasting pasta. Everyone has to try their own "possible" effect.

Sfogliatella - A Sweet Temptation

Sfogliatella is an Italian pastry specialty from Naples. Originally the pastry comes from the monastery of Santa Rosa near Salerno.

The special feature of the puff pastry bag is that the puff pastry layers are not parallel as in a croissant, but fanned out. This is achieved by a special preparation of pastry. But there are two completely different forms: the sfogliatella riccia and the frolla. The first one has a shell shape, created by the manual stacking of numerous, very thin strips of dough. The second kind is round and made of shortcrust pastry.

The filling is the same for the two types and consists of ricotta cheese, semolina, eggs, powdered sugar, candied orange, and cedar pieces, vanilla, and cinnamon. Simply heavenly!


Broccoli e Salsiccia - A Hearty Dish

You do not have to venture very far into the mountains of the Amalfi Coast - only to Ravello or Scala - to discover this traditional autumn and winter dish on the menu. The local sausage with fennel contrasts beautifully with the bitter wild broccoli that grows so well in Campania. It is a very popular flavor combination and is often served as a second course or as a fanciful pizza topping.

Frequently Asked Questions about Campania Wine Region

1. Where is the Campania wine region?

Campania wine region or u0022Campagnau0022 is located in the southwestern part of the Italian Peninsula. Here lays the famous city of Naples and great wine production.

2. What are the most famous sub-regions and appellations in Campania?

In Campania, you will find vineyards spread throughout the regions of Avellino, Benevento, and Caserta.

Here fifteen DOC’s, five DOCG's, and ten IGT's separate the wine appellations of the region, the most famous being Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Rosso, Baiardo Taurasi, Fiano di Avellino, and Greco di Tufo.

3. What are the main grape varieties in Campania?

The main grapes grown in the Campania wine region are Falanghina, Fiano, Aglianico, and Greco.

4. What wine is from Campania?

One of the best wines in Campania wine region to try is the Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Rosso DOC. This ruby-red wine often brings to the nose aromas of violets and is a great pairing with Italian cuisine.

5. What food is Campania famous for?

A popular dish in Campania is Risotto alla Pescatora. Made with fish and rice, this dish can easily pair several wines of the region.

6. What is the capital of Campania?

The capital of Campania is Naples - a city in southern Italy that sits on the Bay of Naples. Nearby is Mount Vesuvius, the still-active volcano that destroyed nearby Roman town Pompeii. Naples has centuries of essential art and architecture.

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