The area around Avellino, named Irpinia, is rural and isolated, but over the years, has produced some of the top wines in South Italy. Villa Raiano is placed in the middle of two mountains. Partenio in the West and Picentini mountains, Tuoro and Terminio in the East. These mountains provide the spring water for most of South Italy.
This family winery in Campania was established in 1996, with a new winery building added in 2009. They are dedicated to producing a range of wines from local varieties Aglianico, Fiano and Greco – primarily sourced from 20 hectares of their own organically farmed vines.