Campania was one of the first places where wine production became known in the world. The best wines in ancient times, the Falerno, Greco, Faustiniano and Caleno were made in Campania. In this region there is a wide, high-quality variety of vines: falanghina, piedirosso, greco di tufo, fiano, aglianico, asprinio, biancolella, coda di volpe, are descendant of the ancient vineyards denominated Vitis Hellenica, Aminea Gemina, Vitis Apiana, Uve Alopeci, Aminea Lanata or Minuscola, etc. This ampelographic heritage represents the great richness of Campania, the only region which does not allow foreign vines in the production of its doc e docg (designations of origin). Although a small region, Campania offers different production areas in a territory that is 70% hills.

Grotta del Sole has chosen five areas of production: Phlegraen Fields, Irpinia, Sorrento Peninsula, Vesuvius and Agro Aversano. The company's vineyard of reference amounts to 120 hectares , 13 of which in ownership, 29 in direct management and the rest cultivated by our trusted partners, some of whom we have worked with for forty years. So the direct production quota amounts to 42 hectares out of 120, about 35%. Our goal is to control at least 60% within 5 years. Each one of these areas offers distinctive characteristics making for particularly high-quality vine growing. The hills of Irpinia, the centenarian vines of the Phlegraean Fields, the Aversa Ďalberata' (line trees), the black soil of the Vesuvius and the bubbly humanity of the Gragnano farmers have convinced us to work in these lands and make its wines.