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The brothers Valerio and Giulio Zampino with their work recovers the long-standing history of a people who, from the times of Magna Graecia and the Roman Empire, have inherited and handed down wonderful grapevines, transforming their fruit into excellent wines that are appreciated throughout the world. It includes varietals such as Aglianico, Fiano and Greco, from which it is possible to obtain wines such as Taurasi DOCG, Irpinia Aglianico DOC, Greco di Tufo DOCG and Fiano di Avellino DOCG.
The harvest, which is treated as a true ritual in itself, has always been carried out strictly by hand to select and check every single bunch of grapes, which are gently placed in boxes that preserve the integrity in the transport to the nearby cellar. This is because ours is an investment in the land and on the centuries-old tradition of Irpinian winemaking, to guarantee a future for a unique environmental heritage.


Controlled Designation of Origin (DOC)


Grape: Aglianico 100%

Ageing: 6 months in oak barriques

Refinement: 3 months in the bottle

Characteristics: Deep ruby red, aromas of berries and morello cherries, with spicy notes. It has great structure and elegance with sweet and soft tannins
that give it an excellent persistence.

Pairings: First courses of game, roasted meat, cold cuts and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18°C

To be uncorked a few hours before drinking

Typical Geographical Indication (IGT)


A red offering excellent value for money.
Made from Aglianico grapes, this is a fresh-tasting wine with a genuine and reassuring flavour.
Suitable for any type of meal.
Perfect for a pizza, it stands out for its easy and immediate approach.

Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin (DOCG)


Grape: Greco 100%

Ageing: 90 days in steel vats

Refinement: 3 months in the bottle

Characteristics: Straw yellow colour, with pleasant notes of ripe fruit. Dry, smooth and fresh with a persistent finish.

Pairings: Excellent with fish-based first courses, appetisers and seafood main courses, perfect as an aperitif.

Serving temperature: 12-14°C

Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin (DOCG)


Grape: Fiano 100%

Ageing: 90 days in steel vats

Refinement: 3 months in the bottle

Characteristics: Straw yellow colour with light green hues. Delicate hints of hazelnut, dried fruit and floral aromas.

Pairings: Suitable for seafood dishes, which it enhances with its mineral notes, especially with shellfish.

Serving temperature: 12-14°C

Typical Geographical Indication (IGT)


Grape: Falanghina 100%

Ageing: In steel vats at a temperature of 14°C for about 40 days

Characteristics: Intensely fruity with floral notes, it is a dry wine which is well-structured with a persistent finish.

Pairings: White meat, seafood dishes,medium-matured cheeses.

Serving temperature: 12/14°C

Typical Geographical Indication (IGT)


Young wine with an excellent olfactory and sensorial appeal.
Fresh, immediate and easy to drink.
Served cool, with aperitifs, light seafood dishes, white meats.
Perfect for any occasion, it offers great value for money.

Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin (DOCG)


Grape: Aglianico

Ageing: 4 years of which 2 are in oak barriques

Refinement: 9 months in the bottle

Characteristics: Brilliant ruby red with garnet highlights, fragrant aromas of sour cherry and morello cherry, cinnamon and nutmeg, vanilla and aniseed. The taste is full and balanced with sweet and soft tannins that give it a good aromatic persistence.

Pairings: Excellent with pasta dishes, roast red meat, poultry and braised meats.

Serving temperature: 16/18°C

To be uncorked a few hours before drinking.

hectares of territory
altitude from the sea
centuries-old tradition
we select each bunch of grapes


The vineyards of Zampino Cantine, extending over more than 60.000 mq of land, are planted on the sunny hills of the central-east Irpinia region, with an altitude between 300 and 600 metres above sea level. The mixture in the soil derives from the decomposition of sandstone characterised by a clayeycalcareous structure. The vineyards are cultivated in the traditional manner, with severe pruning, fertilisation and environmentally-friendly treatments with very low environmental impact in absolute respect of the natural balance, obtaining carefully controlled yields per hectare and production.