Campania

Welcome to the enchanting region of Campania, a land of ancient viticulture and extraordinary wines. As an expert with a discerning palate, you possess a deep appreciation for the rich history, unique terroir, and exceptional quality that define Campania wines. Join us on a journey to explore the finest expressions of this captivating region, where illustrious vineyards, indigenous grape varieties, and winemaking expertise converge.


Campania is blessed with a diverse range of vineyards, each offering its own distinctive charm and producing exceptional wines. Among the most renowned vineyards is Mastroberardino, an esteemed estate that has been preserving Campania's winemaking heritage for centuries. Known for its meticulous vineyard practices and commitment to indigenous grape varieties, Mastroberardino crafts wines that reflect the region's authenticity and terroir.


Another prominent vineyard in Campania is Feudi di San Gregorio, a visionary estate that combines tradition and innovation to create wines of outstanding quality. With a focus on indigenous grape varieties such as Fiano, Greco di Tufo, and Aglianico, Feudi di San Gregorio showcases the unique character of Campania's terroir in its elegant and expressive wines.


Other notable vineyards in Campania include Villa Matilde, celebrated for its Aglianico-based wines of depth and complexity, and Terredora di Paolo, known for its commitment to organic farming and the production of exceptional Greco di Tufo and Aglianico wines. Cantine Antonio Caggiano and Azienda Vinicola Contrade di Taurasi are also esteemed estates, recognized for their dedication to crafting wines that epitomize the essence of Campania.


Campania's diverse terroir, volcanic soils, and Mediterranean climate provide the ideal conditions for cultivating indigenous grape varieties. Aglianico, Fiano, Greco di Tufo, and Falanghina are among the region's iconic grapes, each contributing to the unique character and personality of Campania wines.


Campania wines captivate the senses with their vibrant aromas, lively acidity, and distinct mineral nuances. From the structured and age-worthy Aglianico-based reds to the aromatic and refreshing whites, these wines offer a rich tapestry of flavors that reflect the region's volcanic origins and ancient winemaking traditions.



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A true embodiment of passion and dedication, the Antonio Caggiano Greco di Tufo Devon 2021 is a fine testament to the lush vineyards of Campania, Italy. Antonio Caggiano, bestowed with an unwavering commitment towards viticulture, has handcrafted this exceptional offering. This renowned producer meticulously cultivates the native Greco grape in mineral-rich, volcanic soils of Tufo, fostering its characteristic intensity.

Upon pouring, an intriguing nose of almond blossom and citrus zest wafts enchantingly. The palate meets with harmonious fusion of expressive fruit, creamy texture, and mouthwatering acidity. A subtle vein of flinty minerality underpins the ripe citrus, pear, and apple flavours, further intricating its profile. This vintage, aged in stainless-steel vats to preserve its zesty vivacity, extends into an elegantly long finish, a characteristic trademark of Antonio Caggiano.

Experience the divine craftsmanship of Antonio Caggiano Greco di Tufo Devon 2021 and embark on an unforgettable journey into Italian terroir and tradition.

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Campania 1 90 (VN)
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£251.29
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Vinous (90)

One of the many very successful 100% merlot wines made in Italy today, this wine created an unbelievable stink a few years ago when it won a major award, and then someone pointed out that it couldn't legally have been made in that part of Campania as merlot wasn't an allowed grape variety there. All the controversy has since cleared up, leaving us with a monumental merlot that is held in high esteem everywhere. Almost black in color. Redolent of licorice, coffee liqueur, dark chocolate, overripe plum and red and bing cherry jam. Supple and silky enough to be enjoyable already; shows dark chocolate and roasted coffee bean notes as well as an attractive smokiness. Finishes extremely long, with massive tannins. A bit more finesse would only add to the pleasure of the experience.
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Campania 1 97 (WA)
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£361.24
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Wine Advocate (97)

I tasted this wine twice over the course of six months, in advance of its commercial release. The 2016 Pàtrimo is quite a wine and needs all the extra bottle time it can get. Indeed, I would suggest putting it at the back of your cellar for another 5 years (at least). It opens to a black and impenetrable appearance. This is an elaborate and beautifully constructed wine that is put together piece by piece like a jigsaw puzzle. When viewed as a whole, all those tiny pieces create a beautiful portrait of a grape as the protagonist and of a region as its context. This full-bodied Merlot has made important strides since I first tasted it. Today, it is more expansive and exuberant. It shows lots of volume and depth with elegance and finesse.
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Campania 2 92+ (WA)
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£505.20
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Wine Advocate (92+)

The 2003 is a fascinating Serpico. The wine boasts impressive concentration in its dark, rich fruit. This is an incredibly primary Serpico, with little in the way of tertiary development. Ideally, it is best left alone for another few years, but readers fortunate enough to own this are in for a thrilling ride once the wine opens up a bit. Today it remains tightly coiled but full of potential. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2023.
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Campania 2 -
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£170.44
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Campania 1 96 (JS)
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£387.64
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James Suckling (96)

A powerful yet balanced red with glorious dark fruits, sweet tobacco, dark mushroom and flowers. Full body, chewy and rich tannins and a long and powerful finish. Drink in 2019 but already a star.
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Campania 8 -
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£347.38
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Indulge in the extravagant grace of the Marisa Cuomo Costa d'Amalfi Rosato 2020, a remarkable blend that truly reflects the traditional Italian craftsmanship. This distinct rosé wine is a composition of Aglianico and Piedirosso grapes, meticulously selected from acres of vineyards, situated on the rocky terrains of Furore and Amalfi coast. Carefully processed via soft pressing and fermented at controlled temperatures, this wine flaunts a delightful coral-pink tone, with embracing notes of wild berries and roses. The salivating hints of spices summarise the vibrant and savoury finish. Andrea Ferraioli and Marisa Cuomo, the creators, have maintained an exemplary reputation for their winery, founded in 1980. Crafting each bottle with methodical precision and dedication for four decades, their influential heritage leaves a significant footprint in the Italian fine winemaking sphere. Marisa Cuomo Costa d'Amalfi Rosato 2020 captures not just the essence of the land but the passion of the people who make it.
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Campania 1 96 (JS)
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£338.44
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James Suckling (96)

Super-elegant but really tight aglianico here with lightly peppery black fruit, colored with inky and spicy notes. With aeration, you move into the herbal zone, with fresh bay-leaf, chai and light rosemary. The palate is medium-to full-bodied and you feel all the aromas pent-up, ready to burst out. The tension here is palpable and this will need several more years before the firm tannins soften, allowing the wine to open up and flood your palate. Still be patient. Try from 2024.
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Campania 1 97 (JS)
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£344.44
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James Suckling (97)

A red with plum and cherry character with hints of bark, mushroom and clove. It’s full-bodied with layers of fruit and a long, flavorful finish. Needs time to soften, but structured and beautiful. Such finesse with strength. Really impressive. Try after 2022.
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Campania 1 -
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£751.49
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An exquisite offering from one of Italy's respected wine producers, Quintodecimo Grande Cuvee Luigi Moio 2019 resonates with unrivalled sensory delight. Toiling in the sun-kissed vineyards amidst Irpinia's high altitudes, Luigi Moio meticulously crafts his masterpiece, employing 100% Aglianico grapes that are harvested manually in October for optimal ripeness. The finesse lies in the considered wine-making process. Quintodecimo Grande Cuvee Luigi Moio 2019 matures 30 months in French oak barrels followed by another year of bottle-aging, lending it complex character and remarkable intensity.

Adeptly balanced, this exalted wine unfolds with complex layers of dark fruit, spices, and elegant minerality, delighting the palate with its long, lush finish. Quintodecimo Grande Cuvee Luigi Moio 2019 is an insightful reflection of its terroir, capturing the deft craftsmanship of Moio and bewitching wine lovers with its expressive, lingering finesse worth savouring.

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Campania 5 -
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£183.00
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A true embodiment of passion and dedication, the Antonio Caggiano Greco di Tufo Devon 2021 is a fine testament to the lush vineyards of Campania, Italy. Antonio Caggiano, bestowed with an unwavering commitment towards viticulture, has handcrafted this exceptional offering. This renowned producer meticulously cultivates the native Greco grape in mineral-rich, volcanic soils of Tufo, fostering its characteristic intensity.

Upon pouring, an intriguing nose of almond blossom and citrus zest wafts enchantingly. The palate meets with harmonious fusion of expressive fruit, creamy texture, and mouthwatering acidity. A subtle vein of flinty minerality underpins the ripe citrus, pear, and apple flavours, further intricating its profile. This vintage, aged in stainless-steel vats to preserve its zesty vivacity, extends into an elegantly long finish, a characteristic trademark of Antonio Caggiano.

Experience the divine craftsmanship of Antonio Caggiano Greco di Tufo Devon 2021 and embark on an unforgettable journey into Italian terroir and tradition.

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Campania 1 90 (VN)
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£203.00
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Vinous (90)

One of the many very successful 100% merlot wines made in Italy today, this wine created an unbelievable stink a few years ago when it won a major award, and then someone pointed out that it couldn't legally have been made in that part of Campania as merlot wasn't an allowed grape variety there. All the controversy has since cleared up, leaving us with a monumental merlot that is held in high esteem everywhere. Almost black in color. Redolent of licorice, coffee liqueur, dark chocolate, overripe plum and red and bing cherry jam. Supple and silky enough to be enjoyable already; shows dark chocolate and roasted coffee bean notes as well as an attractive smokiness. Finishes extremely long, with massive tannins. A bit more finesse would only add to the pleasure of the experience.
More Info
Campania 1 97 (WA)
In Bond
£285.00
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Wine Advocate (97)

I tasted this wine twice over the course of six months, in advance of its commercial release. The 2016 Pàtrimo is quite a wine and needs all the extra bottle time it can get. Indeed, I would suggest putting it at the back of your cellar for another 5 years (at least). It opens to a black and impenetrable appearance. This is an elaborate and beautifully constructed wine that is put together piece by piece like a jigsaw puzzle. When viewed as a whole, all those tiny pieces create a beautiful portrait of a grape as the protagonist and of a region as its context. This full-bodied Merlot has made important strides since I first tasted it. Today, it is more expansive and exuberant. It shows lots of volume and depth with elegance and finesse.
More Info
Campania 2 92+ (WA)
Inc. VAT
£505.20
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Wine Advocate (92+)

The 2003 is a fascinating Serpico. The wine boasts impressive concentration in its dark, rich fruit. This is an incredibly primary Serpico, with little in the way of tertiary development. Ideally, it is best left alone for another few years, but readers fortunate enough to own this are in for a thrilling ride once the wine opens up a bit. Today it remains tightly coiled but full of potential. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2023.
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Campania 2 -
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£126.00
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Campania 1 96 (JS)
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£307.00
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James Suckling (96)

A powerful yet balanced red with glorious dark fruits, sweet tobacco, dark mushroom and flowers. Full body, chewy and rich tannins and a long and powerful finish. Drink in 2019 but already a star.
More Info
Campania 8 -
In Bond
£251.00
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Indulge in the extravagant grace of the Marisa Cuomo Costa d'Amalfi Rosato 2020, a remarkable blend that truly reflects the traditional Italian craftsmanship. This distinct rosé wine is a composition of Aglianico and Piedirosso grapes, meticulously selected from acres of vineyards, situated on the rocky terrains of Furore and Amalfi coast. Carefully processed via soft pressing and fermented at controlled temperatures, this wine flaunts a delightful coral-pink tone, with embracing notes of wild berries and roses. The salivating hints of spices summarise the vibrant and savoury finish. Andrea Ferraioli and Marisa Cuomo, the creators, have maintained an exemplary reputation for their winery, founded in 1980. Crafting each bottle with methodical precision and dedication for four decades, their influential heritage leaves a significant footprint in the Italian fine winemaking sphere. Marisa Cuomo Costa d'Amalfi Rosato 2020 captures not just the essence of the land but the passion of the people who make it.
More Info
Campania 1 96 (JS)
In Bond
£266.00
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James Suckling (96)

Super-elegant but really tight aglianico here with lightly peppery black fruit, colored with inky and spicy notes. With aeration, you move into the herbal zone, with fresh bay-leaf, chai and light rosemary. The palate is medium-to full-bodied and you feel all the aromas pent-up, ready to burst out. The tension here is palpable and this will need several more years before the firm tannins soften, allowing the wine to open up and flood your palate. Still be patient. Try from 2024.
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Campania 1 97 (JS)
In Bond
£271.00
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James Suckling (97)

A red with plum and cherry character with hints of bark, mushroom and clove. It’s full-bodied with layers of fruit and a long, flavorful finish. Needs time to soften, but structured and beautiful. Such finesse with strength. Really impressive. Try after 2022.
More Info
Campania 1 -
In Bond
£607.00
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An exquisite offering from one of Italy's respected wine producers, Quintodecimo Grande Cuvee Luigi Moio 2019 resonates with unrivalled sensory delight. Toiling in the sun-kissed vineyards amidst Irpinia's high altitudes, Luigi Moio meticulously crafts his masterpiece, employing 100% Aglianico grapes that are harvested manually in October for optimal ripeness. The finesse lies in the considered wine-making process. Quintodecimo Grande Cuvee Luigi Moio 2019 matures 30 months in French oak barrels followed by another year of bottle-aging, lending it complex character and remarkable intensity.

Adeptly balanced, this exalted wine unfolds with complex layers of dark fruit, spices, and elegant minerality, delighting the palate with its long, lush finish. Quintodecimo Grande Cuvee Luigi Moio 2019 is an insightful reflection of its terroir, capturing the deft craftsmanship of Moio and bewitching wine lovers with its expressive, lingering finesse worth savouring.

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