Mastroberardino is a historic winery located in the town of Atripalda in the Campania region of Italy. The winery was founded in the mid-18th century and is known for its production of wines made from traditional Campanian grape varieties such as Aglianico, Fiano di Avellino, and Greco di Tufo. The company is currently run by the Mastroberardino family, who have been involved in the winemaking business for over 10 generations.
Mastroberardino is particularly well-known for its Aglianico wines, which are made from grapes grown in the volcanic soils of the Irpinia hills. The winery produces several different Aglianico wines, including Taurasi, which is considered one of the most important red wines of southern Italy.
Mastroberardino also produces a range of white wines, including Fiano di Avellino, Greco di Tufo, and Falanghina, which are all made from grapes grown in the same region as the Aglianico. The winery is known for its commitment to preserving traditional winemaking practices and for its efforts to revive old grape varieties that were once common in the region but had fallen out of use.