The wine tradition in Campania, region of southern Italy, dates from the time of Greek colonization , which took place centuries ago . The hilly territory and the mild climate make the area suitable for growing a variety of grapes , which produce a large number of both white and red wine.
For the quality of the wine, stand out the areas where the soil is volcanic, like DOC Campi Flegrei and the DOC Vesuvio, which produces excellent white wines that, for the characteristics of the soil, are sometimes similar to other Italian volcanic areas, as the DOC Soave, in Veneto, and the DOC Etna, in Sicily
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