Taurasi winery experience

Food and Wine Experience Tasting at “Antonio Caggiano Cantine``

Visit one of the most important wine cellars of Taurasi in the green countryside of Irpinia, in a silent, ancient and fascinating land, full of aromas and flavors. In this wonderful landscape it was decided to build the “Antonio Caggiano Cantine”, awards winner for its wines but also for having made a decisive contribution to the development of viticulture and national enology.

 

Vignadonica Resort offers:

⦁ Stay in a Deluxe Apartment with a continental breakfast

⦁ Visit to the wine cellars and walk in the green and relaxing Irpinia

⦁ Lunch with tasting menu

Packages starting from €139.00 per couple

 

You may also request:

⦁ Round trip transfer

⦁ Purchase wine directly in the cellar

⦁ Add further tastings

 

Information request for individual tours and for groups

Food and Wine Experience Tasting at “Antonio Caggiano Cantine``

Visit one of the most important wine cellars of Taurasi in the green countryside of Irpinia, in a silent, ancient and fascinating land, full of aromas and flavors. In this wonderful landscape it was decided to build the “Antonio Caggiano Cantine”, awards winner for its wines but also for having made a decisive contribution to the development of viticulture and national enology.

 

Vignadonica Resort offers:

⦁ Stay in a Deluxe Apartment with a continental breakfast

⦁ Visit to the wine cellars and walk in the green and relaxing Irpinia

⦁ Lunch with tasting menu

Packages starting from €139.00 per couple

 

You may also request:

⦁ Round trip transfer

⦁ Purchase wine directly in the cellar

⦁ Add further tastings

 

Information request for individual tours and for groups

It is one of the most beautiful and spectacular wine cellars in Campania: you walk astonished among tens of thousands of bottles stored between the stone walls. Then, everywhere, barriques where they refine the great wines of Taurasi: Macchia dei Goti, Salae Domini and Taurì.

Antonio Caggiano decides to found his company motivated by an irresistible desire to give voice to the history and traditions of his beloved Taurasi.
The peculiarity of its spectacular cellars is immediately evident, walking among the many fascinating tunnels. It is not simply a place of barrels, bottles and vats, but a real museum of wine culture.

In each corner, on every wall, and in the multiple recesses obtained from the stone walls, it is possible to see tools and typical instrument of the winegrower practice.
The tools and hundreds of barrels are accompanied by a variety of pieces of art of wood, glass and stone, some made by Antonio himself, others given away by artist friends who make the atmosphere even more suggestive.