Founded in 1986, the Feudi di San Gregorio winery has become a symbol of the renaissance of wine culture in southern Italy. Preserving the traditions, the company is constantly looking for new wonderful terroirs, grape varieties, and new wine-making methods. Feudi di San Gregorio shows a new approach to volcanic terroir, using endemic, unique grapes - Alianico, Fiano, Greco di Tufo, which grow only in the Campania region. The Feudi di San Gregorio vineyards were originally located in the Sorbo Serpico area, where the winery still stands today. Gradually, however, there were more gardens in Tufo, Santa Paolina, and Tauras, 350-700 meters above sea level. At present, the area of vineyards has increased from 30 hectares to 300 hectares. Besides Campania, the farm owns excellent vineyards in Puglia and Basilicata. One of the cornerstones of Feudi di San Gregorio is that winemaking and art are inspired by the same creative source. Based on this approach, Feudi di San Gregorio collaborates with young talent to create a creative connection between the wine and art world. Today, the winery has gained a great reputation around the world as one of the most dynamically developing companies in Italy, focusing on the quality of wines, wild, natural fermentation and the use of innovative technologies.