Campania, a region that includes Naples, has a rich history of wine and should not be underestimated. In the past three decades have seen a renaissance in the Campania wine industry. The small winery, Pietracupa, started in 1993, is the regions little-known operation that is outstanding.
Cupo is made by Sabino Loffredo, a young vigneron who has taken over the family winery. Pietracupa is situated near Avellino in the Campania region, a mountainous terrain with open nature. The production focuses on the grape varieties typical of the area: Fiano and Greco, and Falanghina for the whites, and Aglianico for the red wines.