Explore the Best Wineries in Campania

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

A winery that situates on the outer slopes of the Astroni crater, a State Natural Reserve.

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Via Sartania,48, Napoli, Campania, Napoli, 80126, Italy

A winery that belongs to a land that produces 1.2 million liters of wines per year.

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Cantina Capolino Perlingieri, Contrada Marraioli, 58, 82037 Castelvenere BN, Italien

Discover the winery located on a land, where wine production began at the time of Romans.

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Via San Rocco, Luogosano, Avellino, 83040, Italy

Discover the volcanic soil of Naples that gives birth to many organic wines.

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via Fruscio 2 (showroom e visite) Boscotrecase (Napoli) / Italia

Discover the ancient procedures of biodynamic methods of wine production.

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81044 Galluccio, CE, Italia

Taste Altissimo Ceto - a Sauce Made from Aglianico that's Aged for Eight Years

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Via Ariavecchia, Pratola Serra, 83039, Italy

The home of the far-reaching history of wine making in Italy

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Via Provinciale S. Michele, 87, Cesinali, Fiano Di Avellino Dop, 83020, Italy

Explore a Winery Built on the Slope of a Volcano

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Via Panoramica 65,, Trecase, 80040, Italy

Winery project by three men dedicated to making natural Figlio Della Roccia wines

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Contrada Cortecorbo 16, Montemarano, 83040, Italy

Where fine Italian wine making runs in the blood of the Muto family

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Via S. Lucia 32, Tufo, Avellino, 83010, Italy

The winery on the famous Mount Vesuvius

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Via Bosco Mauro 1, Terzigno, 80040, Italy

Wholesome winery producing quality wines expressing the timeless quality of Irpinia

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Contrada Braudiano Snc, Castelfranci, 83040, Italy

Read More about Wineries in Campania

Everything you need to know about wineries in Campania.

The best months to explore wineries in Campania are April to June and September to October. These periods are characterised by mild temperatures and a very soft breeze. Also, in Spring and Autumn, cities and villages around Campania are way less crowded compared to summer months. 

However, due the region’s geographical position and favourable climate, wineries in Campania can be visited all year-round.

Wineries in Campania:
– Have strong historical links to their wine and vines
– Are managed by respected and experienced  winemaker
– Have showcase great vineyard management, harvesting methods and cellar techniques
– Offer amazing views of Neapolitan Apennines, Mount Vesuvius or the Tyrrhenian Sea. 

Visiting wineries in Campania will open a whole new book of winemaking techniques, philosophies with their great history and rich culture.

Wineries in Campania offer a series of high-quality facilities and services that will make your trip very pleasant. Most wineries in Campania have reduced mobility access for everyone to join the wine tastings and tours and have parking spaces specifically for busses. Many wineries allow pet owners to bring their animals and others offer activities for kids.

A lot of wineries in Campania offer accommodation services (such as Sorrentino Vesuvio or Cantina del Barone), and many have a restaurant (La Molara or Tenuta Leonardo). In some cases they have both.

Plus, wineries in Campania have their own well-equipped tasting room and offer guided tours where you can learn first hand what makes wines from Campania and the Aglianico grapes so special. Use the details from our website as the basis to plan your next trip to wineries in Campania.

Grapes have been grown in the fertile soil of Campania since ancient times. The most famous and popular indigenous red grape is Aglianico.

Other grape varietals grown by wineries in Campania are:

  • Fiano
  • Greco
  • Greco Nero
  • Falanghina

Here are some useful language tips that might help you during your visit in wineries in Campania:

  • Wine = Vino
  • Winery = Cantina
  • Vineyard = Vigneto
  • Vine = Vigna
  • Red Wine = Vino Rosso
  • White Wine = Vino Bianco
  • Prosecco is always Prosecco!
  • Wine Route = Strada del Vino
  • Wine Tasting = Degustazioni di Vino
  • Cheers! = Cin Cin! or Salute!

Naples has its very own dialect that is full of unique expressions. For example, a nice way of saying cheers is Aiza, aiza, aiza/ acala, acala, acala/ accosta, accosta, accosta, â saluta nosta! (Up, up, up/ down, down, down/ closer, closer, closer/ cheers to us!)

Top 10 Q&As About Wineries in Campania

A selection of the most frequently asked questions about Wineries in Campania.

Most of the wineries in Campania are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Campania is to book your visit in advance on our website.

These wineries in Campania are open to the public with booking in advance:

Use our interactive Campania winery map to browse wineries near Napoli, Caserta or Benevento.

Are you interested in reading more about Campania wine region? Read our travel guide to Campania wine region, or visit our selection of the very best guide to wine tastings and tours in Campania that you can book during your stay.