Terredora is situated near the village of Montefusco, right in the heart of Campania’s best wine growing region with the denominated areas of Taurasi, Avellino (Fiano di Avellino) and Tufo (Greco di Tufo) all close by.
It is a beautiful, mountainous area and Terredora’s substantial winery sits on a hillside looking out over the most fertile part of Campania. Terradora has climbed quickly to the pinnacle of Campania’s wine production since 1992. In fact, it has an intriguing short history, being the product of a split in the Mastroberardino family who have dominated the Campania wine scene for several generations. Walter Mastroberardino, with his children Paolo, Lucio and Daniela, went off and set up Terredora taking all the vineyards but leaving the cellars and the brand name behind. The result is that Terredora is the largest vineyard owner in Campania, with 180 hectares of vines. These are all within 15km of Montefusco, except one rented vineyard on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius.