Immersed in a wonderful natural environment, Irpinia is able to surprise the amount of history that still exhibits traces: Roman ruins, catacombs, Longobard castles and baroque monuments. Avellino, surrounded by Picentini and feverfew is the main center.
Rich in history and culture, its villages, as severely affected by the earthquake of 80 have maintained important historical and artistic monuments such as the Romanesque cathedral, the clock tower, the Lombard Castle and the Bourbon prison in the town of Avellino, Atripalda to the archaeological area in which stood the ancient Abellinum Roman period, Solofra with its majestic Collegiate Church of San Michele Arcangelo and Montevergine Mercogliano with only some of the interesting places you can visit in this area.
Among the villages where it is definitely worth a stop Sant’Angelo dei Lombardi with a visit to ‘Abbey of Goleto, while in Montella you can visit the Monastery of St. Francis in Folloni. A Bagnoli Irpino you can stroll through the streets of the country and buy the famous black truffle, and Nusco, promoted by ‘ANCI as one of the “most beautiful villages in Italy”, you can stop to visit the cathedral and S.Amato the archaeological excavations of Lombard castle.
Ed è in questi splendidi luoghi che noi della SEIAC abbiamo deciso di far nascere la nostra “passione” ed i nostri “vigneti” , per produrre le uve che danno vita al Fiano DOCG di Avellino, prodotto di punta dell’intera enologia italiana.