Campania and Basilicata:
The Jewels of Southern Itay
After experiencing Campania and Basilicata, you'll wonder why they are so neglected and relatively unknown. But they are appearing on the wine critics' radar
screen and you'll be in the avant-garde of knowing why these areas have so much potential.
Our 8 full days will cover from the rural and bucolic to the cosmopolitan. We'll visit villages that rarely get any tourists; we'll visit 16th century grottos
used now for the production of homemade wine; we'll attend a centuries' old religious festival in the town of Vin's grandparents; we'll visit the top winemakers
of Campania and Basilicata with an array of 3 Glass Awards, Italy's highest. We'll visit the top four wineries of Feudi di San Gregorio, Terradora,
Mastroberardino and Antonio Caggiano.
And less we forget, this is the area of Pompei, the Amalfi coastline and the isle of Capri. When we leave on Saturday July 8, we're sure that you'll have the
Neapolitan fever and may even want to dance the Tarantella.