Campania’s variety of the territories and their biodiversity gave rise to some of the finest Italian food and wine products.

Explore below the companies taking part to the Campania Week in Miami and their fine products:

Antiche Tradizioni di Gragnano

Ferdinando II, located in the Napoli province of Gragnano, is a pasta factory now in its fifth generation of master pasta makers, following the secrets passed down through generations that made Gragnano renowned worldwide for its unique taste and texture. They use 100% high-quality Italian raw materials and meticulously follow all production stages and the regulations for IGP certification. Their pasta embodies the inseparable union of water, durum wheat, bronze die, and the aromas of a wonderful land. The pasta factory is certified IGP-IFS-BRC. The historical town of Gragnano was officially recognized as the “capital” of pasta production in 1845 by a Royal Decree of King Ferdinand II of Bourbon of the Kingdom of Naples, granting Gragnano pasta makers the privilege to supply the royal court with all long pasta shapes.

Azienda Agricola Elena Catalano

Azienda Agricola Elena Catalano, nestled in Benevento’s Monte Pino area, and with family legacy dating back to 1923, boasts vineyards at 400 meters above sea level, shaped by limestone massifs and an annual 800mm rainfall. Guided by winemaker Alessio Macchia, the family started on-site winemaking in 2013, creating the celebrated Elena Catalano Vini brand. Catalano family prioritizes nurturing healthy plants, their wines, crafted through innovative methods like microvinifications, epitomize tradition, sustainability, and innovation.

Canestrini Roberto

Located in Castel Campagnano, high in the Campania region along the Volturno River, Canestrini Winery owes its success to the exceptional diversity of the local soils. Operating as a boutique winery, they specialize in crafting native wines from Caserta. Their approach blends traditional methods with a touch of innovation. As a family-run viticultural company, every step of the process, from vineyard cultivation to production, bottling, and marketing, involves their hands-on expertise. Canestrini Winery offers a selection of wines, including Pallagrello Bianco, Casavecchia, and Casavecchia Rosè, each passionately crafted to delight those who savor life’s pleasures.

Fontanavecchia di Libero Rillo

Founded in the XIX century by forefather Libero Rillo and located in the Torrecuso district in the province of Benevento, the historic Fontanavecchia wineries are temple dedicated to wine. They offer both young and reserve wine, like Aglianico, Coda di Volpe or Grave Mora and Vigna Cataratte, expressing their utmost lightness and harmony while maintaining elegance and fullness, along with surprising aging potential.

Fratelli D’Acunzi

Founded in 1958 in Nocera Superiore, Campania, Fratelli D’Acunzi Srl is renowned for its food and vegetable preserves. Specializing in transforming San Marzano tomatoes, the company expanded internationally in the 1960s, establishing strong partnerships in Canada, America, and beyond. In 1970, the company became a limited liability corporation, focusing on tomato preserves and diversifying their products. By 2000, their range included various tomato types, peaches, and legumes, emphasizing quality over quantity. Today, led by the next generation, Fratelli D’Acunzi continues its legacy with innovative processes, sustainable packaging, and a dedication to high-quality products.

La Fortezza Agricola

Inspired by his childhood and the love for its land, Enzo Rillo founded vineyard “La Fortezza” in the county of Benevento. Their grapevines produce: L’Aglianico del TaburnoFalanghina del Taburno and their flagship wines are Falanghina frizzante, Aglianico frizzante, and the precious ‘Maleventum,’ a Falanghina brut made with a long charmat method.

La Vinicola Del Titerno

La Vinicola del Titerno, established in 1982 by Talio and Alfredo Di Leone, embodies a profound respect for Sannio’s winemaking heritage. Their flagship wine, Solopaca Dop, has made them leaders in the Italian wine market. Their varieties, including Coda di Volpe, Falanghina, Aglianico, Sangiovese, and Barbera, have gained international recognition, reaching diverse markets worldwide. Their state-of-the-art facility spans 6000 square meters, featuring cutting-edge technology capable of processing 150 quintals of grapes per hour. The winery produces approximately 3 million bottles annually.

Nolano Pasquale

Nolano Pasquale, located in Acerra, in the province of Naples, is a multi-generational enterprise rooted in the values of hard work, love for their homeland, and environmental consciousness. Their commitment to sustainability has led them to embrace organic farming practices, ensuring inclusivity and respect for every participant in their supply chain.

Central to their expertise is the San Marzano tomato, cultivated meticulously in the Sarnese-Nocerino DOP region. In a short time and with dedication, Nolano has also translated its knowledge of tomatoes into wine production, focusing on iconic wines from the Campania region, particularly in the Irpinia area of Taurasi, Lapio, and Forino. Nolano’s unique approach involves preserving the authenticity of this regional treasure while making it globally accessible.

Pastificio del Sole

In 1996, in the heart of Ospedaletto d’Alpinolo in the province of Avellino, Pastificio Del Sole was founded thanks to the passion and love of the Del Sole family, especially brothers Costantino and Emilio. They chose the Irpinia region to establish their pasta production and distribution company, focusing on genuine products. Emilio and Costantino, the sons, dedicated themselves to realizing their father Angelo’s dream, expanding and diversifying the family business. They are committed to preserving their family tradition, ensuring excellence in their bronze-extruded pasta, made from the finest natural ingredients.

Torrefazione Tafuri SAS

Torrefazione Tafuri Sas, the proud owner of the Saka Caffè brand (1989), boasts over 25 years of expertise in coffee roasting. Founded by Mr. Giuseppe Tafuri and now managed by his daughter Rosaria, the company produces a range of coffee products, including whole beans, ground coffee, coffee pods, ginseng coffee, and barley coffee. Today, at 74, Giuseppe Tafuri takes immense pride in seeing the legacy of Saka continue. The company remains committed to crafting high-quality coffee, embracing both tradition and innovation. Looking forward, their focus is on expanding nationally and internationally, capitalizing on the growing global appreciation for Neapolitan coffee culture.

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