Casa Setaro is a winery located in the Campania region of southern Italy. The winery is situated in the small town of Trecase, near the Mount Vesuvius National Park. Casa Setaro is a family-owned winery that has been producing wine for over a century. The winery is known for its production of high-quality wines from native Campanian grape varieties such as Falanghina, Greco di Tufo, and Aglianico.
Casa Setaro has a strong commitment to sustainable agriculture and uses organic and biodynamic methods to cultivate their vineyards. The winery's vineyards are located on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius and benefit from the unique volcanic soil and microclimate of the area.
Casa Setaro produces a range of wines, including still white, red, and rosé wines, as well as sparkling wines. Some of the winery's most popular wines include their Greco di Tufo, Fiano di Avellino, and Aglianico wines.
Casa Setaro's winemaking philosophy is centered around preserving the unique characteristics of their grape varieties and the terroir of their vineyards. The winery uses a combination of modern and traditional winemaking techniques to produce wines that are balanced, expressive, and reflective of their Campanian origins.