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Wine & AmalfiCoast

Campania is an Italian Region with a very old tradition of wine. We have so many places and different wine producing areas and each of them offers different type of wine: Aglianico, Falanghina, Cilento DOC, Costa D’Amalfi DOC, Fiano, Greco di Tufo, Taurasi and many others. All of them are DOC(Denomination of Origin Controlled) and DOCG(Denomination of Origin Controlled and Guaranteed), conforming to specific production rules .

You can take the chance to discover the secrets of our wine, we will take you on a wine tour on the Amalfi Coast. It is a “taste routes“, which, starting with wine production, promote a joint offer of all the existing realities in the main producing areas of the Amalfi Coast: typical products, art treasures, traditions, gastronomy, crafts, culture, history and the exceptional natural beauty of our territories.

Furore, Ravello and Tramonti are the main areas, the DOC WINE AREAS!

We will visit one of the historical brand of the Amalfi Coast’s viticulture where the nectar of the gods is born: Tramonti Costa d’Amalfi DOC, Red, White and Rosè; Piedirosso; Colle Santa Marina, The sweet wine, Passion; The reserve, A’ Scippata; The Grappa di Tramonti.

The tour which takes around 2 hours includes a centenary vineyard visit, the winery visit with description of the production process, wine and typical genuine food tasting. A great experience which will bring you inside the Amalfitan lifestyle, in very close contact with the locals: discovering a very ancient tradition!

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