Villa Raiano is a winery located in the Campania region of southern Italy. The estate has been producing wine since the early 1990s, and is known for its high-quality Aglianico, Fiano di Avellino, and Greco di Tufo wines.
Villa Raiano's vineyards cover about 30 hectares (75 acres) of land, and are situated at an altitude of 350-500 meters (1,150-1,640 feet) above sea level. The vineyards benefit from a unique microclimate, with warm days and cool nights that allow the grapes to ripen slowly and develop complex flavors.
The winery uses modern techniques combined with traditional winemaking methods to produce its wines. The grapes are hand-harvested and carefully selected before being fermented in stainless steel tanks. Some of the wines are then aged in oak barrels for several months to further develop their flavors and aromas.
Villa Raiano's flagship wine is the Aglianico "Alimata", which is made from grapes grown on the estate's oldest vines. This wine is full-bodied and complex, with notes of dark fruit, spice, and earth. The winery also produces a range of other wines, including Fiano di Avellino and Greco di Tufo, which are both crisp and refreshing with bright fruit flavors and mineral undertones.
In addition to its wine production, Villa Raiano is committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly practices. The winery has implemented a number of initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint, including using solar panels to generate electricity, using natural fertilizers, and recycling waste materials.