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Campania - November 1st-4th, 2024


Led by Ciro Beligni from Le volpi e l'uva in Florence, this engaging and educational itinerary promises adventure and discovery. 
Embark on an unforgettable journey through the picturesque landscapes of Campania, Italy. Begin your adventure with a relaxing stay along the stunning Amalfi Coast, where the azure waters and charming coastal towns will captivate your senses. Then, venture into the heart of Irpinia, renowned for its exceptional wineries and lush vineyards. Indulge in exclusive tastings of world-class wines, meet passionate winemakers, and explore the rich history and culture of this beautiful region. 

3 nights/4 days
$2,950 USD per person based on double occupancy.
$450 USD single supplement.

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Meet in Salerno

Friday November 1st

We will meet in Salerno in the afternoon and head to check in to our hotel along the coastline, we'll settle in and enjoy dinner in a favorite local restaurant.
 

Costa d'Amalfi DOC

Saturday November 2nd

Following breakfast, we'll check out of our hotel and make our way inland, where we'll discover a winery within the Costa d'Amalfi DOC.
 

The Costa d’Amalfi DOC includes red, white, and rosé wines from the Amalfi Coast in Campania, south of Naples. Known for its stunning landscapes and picturesque villages, this region's unique terroir and viticulture are defined by the Sorrentine Peninsula's topography and geology.

After lunch, we'll make our way to Avellino, check into our hotel, and enjoy a delectable dinner.

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Irpinia DOC

Sunday November 3rd

We will spend the day with two of our favorite winemakers situated in the Irpinia DOC.

 

The Irpinia DOC designation is nestled within the esteemed wine-producing province of Avellino, celebrated for its exceptional regional wines. Granted DOC status in 2005, Irpinia is renowned for its internationally acclaimed DOCG wines, including Greco di Tufo, Taurasi, and Fiano di Avellino. These distinguished wines have established Irpinia as a pivotal region in the development of southern Italy’s viticultural legacy, particularly enriching the heritage of Campania.

We'll have another special dinner together and continue tasting wines from the area.

Cheers!

Monday November 4th

Before a special farewell lunch, we'll make one final memorable winery visit. In the late afternoon, we will drop off guests at the Salerno train station.

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While we make every effort to adhere to this itinerary, please be aware that occasional adjustments may be necessary due to restaurant and winery availability.

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