Cantine Campana winery: situated at the foothills
Cantine Campana winery and estate is situated in the foothills at the mouth of the Val d’Arda and Chero Rivers. At Cantine Campana in the spectacular Emilia-Romagna in Italy, a passion for vines and wine making has been passed down through many generations in the Campana family.
Today, traditional Italian wine making techniques are complimented by modern equipment and technology allowing better control over the wine making process
Experience great Italian wines at site
In 2010 the Cantine Campana company was further expanded to increase the volume of wine produced. The Cantine Campana family are passionate about the agricultural heritage of the area in which they are located and work closely with local farmers to provide them with training in grape control, vineyard management and wine production. The perfect location of Cantine Campana winery in the hills of Piacenza provides the perfect terroir for the creation of the most excellent Italian wines. One of the most significant wines produced at Cantine Campana winery is the Gutturnio DOC, which can be either still or sparkling. This wine has a bright red ruby colour and dry taste.
Winemaking tradition goes back to the Roman times
The origins of the wine trace back to the Roman times when it was shared as a symbol of brotherhood and friendship. Another of Cantine Campana’s wines is Ortrugo DOC, which can also be either still or sparkling. This wine is typical of Piacenza and has a light green colour with a delicate aroma. Farmers in the area have produced this white wine since the start of wine making in the region. The Malvasia di Candia DOC has a bright straw colour and a characteristic aroma. This wine was first produced in Ancient Greece and is perfectly paired with the local Piacenza cuisine.