Capolino Perlingier, Where Vines Originally Imported from Greece Grow
Capolino Perlingier is situated in the Sannio Region, an area of Campania that is 45 miles away from Naples. The vineyards of the winery cover an area of 12 hectares, whereas, olive grove trees extend up to a land of five hectares around the lush countryside. The unique grapes of the estate, imported from Greece, extend over the whole Magna Graecia. The Taburno Mount’s extinct volcano and Mount Matese surround the Telesina Valley, where the company’s farm locates, makes it the best place for the cultivation of rare vines.
A Winery where Passion is a Big Priority
In 2003, Alexia, the owner of Capolino Perlingieri, restarted the work of her grandfather and mother from scratch. After the death of Alexia’s grandfather, her mother took over the winery and continued the winemaking business with passion. But due to health problems, her mother had to quit the family business. Today, almost 20 years later, Alexia Capolino Perlingieri passionately continues her family legacy on a new farm. Nowadays, the third generation of the family is operating the estate.
Organic Certified Vines and Olive Groves at Capolino Perlingieri
On the 12 hectares of vineyards in Solopaca, split into two plots – Pozzillo and Cesine, the owner grows unique vines. Depending upon the various peculiarities, they grow rare Falanghina and Sciascinoso at Pozzillo and Greco, Fiano and Aglianico at Cesine. Furthermore, five hectares of olive groves stand between the windy hills of Solopaca, Castelvenere, and Benevento. Capolino Perlingieri Winery is a organic certified winery producing excellent red and white wines of high-quality. If you have a dream of tasting luscious organic wines in the presence of beautiful landscapes, we invite you to plan a short trip to Capolino Perlingieri.