the territory

Irpinia is a fertile land, a land of water and wine, daughter of the Wolf, proud of its own traditions and history. Proud as we are ourselves of this land, our land, where we decided to carry on the family business. Irpinia is a cold land, the face of a different southern Italy. An intertwining of mountains and hills crossed by rivers and creeks that make this piece of southern Apennines a unique and inimitable place to grow the vine.

Risorsa 5
Risorsa 5

Fiano di Avellino Docg

Five hectares grow in the municipality of (1) Montefredane: about two Ha are located in Alimata district with East exposure, at 450 m a.s.l., planted in 1995 with a vineyard design of 4000 vines per hectare and guyot system on heavy clay soils. The other three hectares are located with South-East exposure, at 350 m a.s.l., planted in 1998 with guyot system and with a planting density of 4500 vines per hectare on lighter soils made of clay and volcanic ash.
Four hectares grow in the municipality of (2) San Michele di Serino in Bosco Satrano district. The vineyards are divided into different plots surrounding our cellar with a planting density of 4500 vines per hectare planted in 2008, with Guyot system, on medium-compact clay soils with good presence of skeleton. Two hectares, planted in 1990, grow in the municipality of (3) Lapio: one hectare in Arianiello district, with North-East exposure, guyot system on medium clay soils and volcanic ash; one hectare in Campore district, with South exposure and guyot system again.

Greco di Tufo Docg

Five hectares in the municipality of (1) Altavilla Irpina, in Ponte dei Santi district, planted in 2005 with 4500 vines per hectare at 550 m a.s.l.
Two hectares, planted in 2009, are in the municipality of (2) Montefusco in Pioppo dei Cappuccini district with 4500 vines per hectare at 500 m a.s.l. and with guyot system on sandy soils based on tuff and marls layers.

Aglianico Docg

Nine hectares, one single plot, planted in 2004, located in the municipality of Castelfranci, Baiano distric at 550 m a.s.l. with South-East exposure, with guyot system and a planting density of 5000 vines per ha on a calcareous and clay soil with good presence of volcanic ash and skeleton. Seven more hectars are present in the municipality of Montemarano at 450 m a.s.l., with South-West exposure, with guyot system on a calcareous-tufaceous soil, perfect for the production of our best grapes that we use exclusively for our Taurasi DOCG.

Each bottle
is the story
of a love story

Incessant river flows
outlining the valleys, defining the flavours.

The Classics line of Villa Raiano is a tribute of gratitude to our land, we use the term “Classic” because according to our productive tradition, here in Irpinia, it was common to produce wines with grapes coming from vines located in different municipalities of the different production areas. In them we look for the most suitable balance, combining grapes from vineyards positioned in different areas.

A single territory,
many different sips.

Variety of altitudes, microclimate, soil: each bottle is the story of a unique and inimitable history. Irpinia is a land without a logical thread between exposures and altitudes that continuously vary following the profile of hills and mountains that climb up to 1800 m a.s.l. A thread that reconnets to the flavour profile of our white and red DOCG wines which acquire different connotations from vine to vine telling the uniqueness and the various traits of our territory.