Fattoria La Rivolta

Love, passion, respect for the environment in which we all live.

This is Fattoria La Rivolta, a winery in the heart of Torrecuso, in the province of Benevento, North edge of Campania region.
Main estate grapes are white, Falanghina, Coda di Volpe, Fiano and Greco; then red grapes as Aglianico and Piedirosso.

The cellar is provided with the most modern equipment, divided into two structures, one for the winemaking process and the other, located inside the ancient farm, is the aging barrel hall.

A tour at Fattoria La Rivolta is an experience that merges nature, good food and wine.
The guided tour from the vineyard to the barrel hall covers all the stages of processing the grapes. The tour ends up with a wine tasting paired to local produces as sheep milk cheese and baked beans.

From Monday to Saturday upon reservation.

La Guardiense

The agricultural cooperative, one of the largest in Italy, was founded in 1960 by 33 farsighted and brave members, today it is made up of about a thousand members. Farmers who directly cultivate more than 1,500 hectares of vineyards located in the hills at an altitude of about 350 meters above sea level, giving life on average to an annual production of about 200,000 quintals of grapes.

It pays great attention to environmental sustainability by using renewable energy for its production processes from its own innovative photovoltaic system.

It owns one of the most important sparkling wine plants in the South.

But numbers are not what make Guardiense meaningful. The winery, led by only three presidents in fifty years, has been able to adapt to the times and to markets, becoming a symbol of technological progress for the entire province and managing to combine experience and modernity.

Landscape, culture and entrainment are the base of the incoming activity at la Guardiense.

Feudi di San Gregorio

Feudi di San Gregorio is an iconic winery of Campania, placed in Irpinia, on the hills of Sorbo Serpico (AV).
The main gate opens on an river, spice gardens and blooming rose gardens.

The biggest surprise, however, is inside the cellar: the long barrel room.
The intent is to go beyond the average cellar, turning it into a forum, a place for meeting, laboratory of ideas and culture, a place of welcome and refreshment. The cellar was built by the Japanese architect Hikaru Mori. Massimo and Lella Vignelli, symbols of Italian design in the world and "authors" of the company's labels, designed the furnishing and interiors.

A part from wine tours and tastings, guests may also be accommodated at the restaurant, Marennà.

Fattoria Albamarina

Mario Notaroberto is the owner of the winery placed in Cilento, where he has invested all his know-how and experience built in Luxembourg. Now, Albamarina is a cellar of about 900 square meters, totally underground. Part of the investment also involves the construction of a stable for 200 cattles and two laboratories, one for processing milk and the other for curating meats. The doors of Albamarina company are always open to welcome customers wishing to immerse themselves in nature and learn about the different wine production processes.

To this end, guided tours of the vineyard and cellar are organized, with tasting of the company's wines and products.

Antico Castello

In the Taurasi area, in San Mango sul Calore, Antico Castello was founded in 2006. The name recalls an ancient castle built in the area and destroyed by the earthquake in 1980.

The siblings Francesco and Chiara Romano chose with affection and courage to stay in their Irpinia and to share the belonging that their parents have for this land by joining the family agricultural reality.

High tech machinery in the vineyard and cellar make sure that wines produced are of high quality.

With the same attention the winery receives its guests: a modern tasting room where gastronomic moments are combined with musical and artistic events, for a public who loves good wine and the values ​​that surround it.

Aminea Winery

Aminea Winery was born in the heart of Irpinia, in Castelvetere sul Calore, at 750 meters above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Tuoro with the Calore river downstream, a symbol of Irpinia, a land that has always been suited to viticulture.

Our company is female-run, two young sisters lead the company with passion and absolute dedication to the creation of wines, from production to sale. The products are the authentic expression of a territory that seems to have been born for viticulture.

Imma and Antonia Tortora are the fourth generation of a family that has been producing wine since 1890, according to rules and methods handed down and today combined with a modern approach, which sees solid continuity in the tradition of winemaking in sustainability and technological innovation.

In addition to the external winemaking and aging area, the company also has an area dedicated to sparkling wine.

I Favati

I Favati winery comes from a great family tradition, where the passion and culture of good wine have been handed down since the early decades of the last century, the company is now located in the renowned land of Irpinia.

The annual production is planned in full compliance with a company strategy that has always and exclusively aimed at quality, to be part of the excellence of Made in Italy.

Just next to the cellar, Villa Carolina I Favati is a welcoming accommodation for overnight stays, with a large room for tasting and wine sales.

Bosco de' Medici Wine Resort

Bosco De’ Medici was founded in 1996 in Pompeii, collecting an ancient winemaking tradition, like the people who lived in these places.

The estate runs eight hectares of vineyards, around Vesuvius, the active volcano, where some ungrafted prefIlloxera vines grow in a volcanic soil.

In 2017 Bosco de 'Medici Winery was founded. A place designed as a multifunctional "container" of activities ranging from production to hospitality.

The Palomba’s, with the aim of experimenting the culinary art of our territory, offers products from the Bosco De' Medici organic garden.
Some dishes take up ancient recipes, handed down from great-grandmother Colomba to grandmother Emiddia and then to grandchildren.

The tasting room and the vineyard is an area dedicated to the tasting and hospitality, that can be used both in winter and in summer, with a modern and rustic setting at the same time. Visitors, as part of the various variations of our "Tasting Pompeii Tour", are led by the staff (sommeliers and guides in the vineyard), to discover the secrets of the company's production and the thousand-year-old history of the Pompeian “chora”.

On the first floor of the building there is a comfortable room for "homemade events" and private events that also doubles as a bistro for the Bdm Resort and the Diana Hotel.

Cantine di Marzo

The di Marzo company, in Tufo, in the province of Avellino, with a winemaking tradition that dates back to the Seventeenth century, officially registered at the Chamber of Commerce of Avellino as an agricultural company in 1833, is the oldest winery in Campania and among the oldest in Southern Italy.

Well known for the Selection of single estate wines from Greco di Tufo DOCG, made from some of their most expressive vineyards: Colle Serrone, Laure and Ortale, these wines can be aged for longest time.
Thanks to the evolutionary potential of Greek grape wines, these products, before being placed on the market, spend a further year of bottle aging in the optimal environment of our Historic Cellars.

By visiting the Historic Cellars of the Di Marzo’s, the visitors get acknowledged of the sulphur mines, that have always belonged to the local tradition.
The cellars are dig into the rocks and mediaeval tunnels underground, till the enchanting wine tasting rooms at ground level.


Pietreionne is a farmhouse in Benevento with a swimming pool for those looking for an exclusive experience of taste, nature and relaxation.

More the country house may host people in the large rooms overlooking the valley and an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a soft lawn.

There is also the possibility of organizing visits to the cellar and wine tastings as well as taking long walks in the vineyards to discover herbs and wild plants.