Sorrentino Vesuvuio, a Winery in the Fifth Generation
Sorrentino Vesuvio is located in Vesuvio National Park, in the Campania Region, in southwestern Italy. The winery is a short drive away from Boscotrecase province. The lush vineyards and attractive olive groves of the winery cover over 35 hectares of land. Today, the fifth generation of the family operates the wine production process at Sorrentino Vesuvio.
The Heritage of a Grandmother at Sorrentino Vesuvuio
Paolo Sorrentino and his wife Angela are the creators and founders of the Sorrentino Vesuvio Winery. The history of the winery dates back to the 19th century when Bengina, grandmother of Paolo, rediscovered her passion for land and vine cultivation. She started the family business of wine production during World War II. Back in time, she preserved the property, named Moggio, for the cultivation of the native vine and various varieties of fruits and vegetables. In the 1990s, Paolo expanded the wine department by undertaking the wine tastings and tours at the winery.
Experience Unique and Autochthonous Varieties Rich in Taste
The production staff takes well care of ancient traditions and modern research to cultivate a wide range of vines. They manually harvest the vines in the vented crates, maintaining the uniqueness of the family’s traditional methods of gathering grapes. They are rich cultivators of rare Caprettone, Catalanesca, and Falanghina, along with high-end Piedirosso, Aglianico. At Sorrentino Vesuvio, the owner produces rich-quality red, white, and rose wines, in combination with some rare dessert and sparkling wines. Experience the beautiful and intimate world of wines by planning a short trip to enjoy the taste of luscious wines of the Sorrentino Vesuvio Winery.