CANTINE DI TUFO are based in Parolise in the province of Avellino in Campania. Michele and Gianni La Marca, father and son, descended from a family of winemakers from Naples have decided to establish their company and to personally follow every aspect of production, from harvest to market in an area stretching from Naples Irpinia, home of the famous DOCG bells.
The production of the Cantine di Tufo family La Marca is vast, typical and highly prized.
It offers a wide range of excellence of Campania with red and white wines:
Aglianico Beneventano IGT and IGP
Aglianico Campania IGT and IGP
Aglianico del Sannio Doc and Dop
Falanghina del Beneventano IGP and IGT
Falanghina Sannio Doc and Dop
Fiano di Avellino DOCG
Greek di Tufo DOCG
CANTINE DI TUFO ITALIAN CELLARS
The mission of our company is to offer to different segments of the market typical wines of the region with a good value for money while also offering valuable support to its customers also being specialized in the management of private brands.
The main objectives that the Cantine Terre di Tufo the Principality aims are:
giving value to the production of the wine producing areas most suitable of the Campania region in full respect of the territory, preferring the quality of products;
Improve production efficiency;
The expansion also in foreign markets, given the growing demand in the global level of the wines produced in Campania and from indigenous grapes.
Wide production of wines from Campania in this farm . All with the purpose of offering a range of wines to satisfy every taste.
Regional pride is the Taurasi, the first wine of the South for recognition of DOCG, alongside several productions DOC and IGT.
In the vineyards of Campania, organized almost entirely between hill (over 70 %) and mountains (15 %), the Reds take the lead with the backhoe Aglianico, Sangiovese and Barbera (40 %), followed by white Greek di Tufo, Fiano di Avellino, Falanghina. In small percentages have varietals from indigenous popular names: Piedirosso, Falanghina, Sciasinoso, Coda di Volpe Bianca and Forastera, say only the best known.