Mastroberardino winery: in the mountainous area of Campania
Mastroberardino is a winery in Campania, Italy that produces classic wines based on native varieties of Campania vines. The company has a long history stretching back two centuries. The oldest records of winemaking related to the lineage of Mastroberardino dates to the mid-18th century.
Now, ten generations later, the Mastroberardino family continues to preserve the unique traditions of the region
Experience as well great Passitos and Grappas
Mastroberardino winery is located in Irpinia, in the mountainous area of Campania, one of the coldest regions in Southern Italy. It is located at the juncture of three DOCGs: Greco di Tufo, Fiano di Avellino and Taurasi which have many unique traditions that the Mastroberardino family is devoted to preserving and promoting. Mastroberardino also produces wines under several other DOC appellations, including Irpinia Falanghina, Irpinia Aglianico, Falanghina del Sannio as well as Indicazione geografica tipica (IGT) wines. These include red, white, rosé and dessert wines as well as passito and grappa.
Discover the autochthonous varieties of the region
Antonio Mastroberardino, the grandfather of the current wine maker, Piero, is well known for his dedicated effort to revitalize Campania’s ancient native varieties of grapes. He is credited with saving the rare Fiano, Greco and Aglianico varietals after they were nearly wiped out by phylloxera in the 1930s. The successful replanting program led Antonio to international fame and revitalized the viticulture in Irpinia. Even today, the vineyards are almost exclusively planted with native Campania varieties. Mastroberardino winery is dedicated to preserving tradition, while also introducing new technology and innovation to develop refined and modern interpretations of classic wines.