Campania, a small region in southern Italy around Naples, is perhaps best known for producing full-bodied red Aglianico, the ‘Barolo of the South’, but is also noted for youthful and citrussy white varieties such as Falanghina and Greco – literally ‘Greek’, thought to have been brought over by ancient Greek settlers.  ‘Greco di Tufo’ takes its name from the volcanic rock underlying the area.

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