Due to high demand, tickets for this virtual experience are no longer available. We look forward to seeing you at the next event!
4PM EST | $75 per person
The Mastroberardino family has been farming grapes and producing wine since the mid-18th century, dating back 10 generations. The family settled in the town of Atripalda in 1878, in the district of Irpinia, at a time when the royal House of Bourbon still occupied the land.
It was 9th generation Antonio Mastroberardino who brought the winery international recognition, but his career was initially mired in hardship. Returning home after WWII, Antonio found his family’s estate in ruins; the result of war, economic depression, phylloxera, and neglect. Determined to rebuild and grow his family’s business, he began a comprehensive restoration project at the estate and vineyards. He spent the next few decades purchasing the best vineyards in Irpinia and greater Campania, where he dedicated plantings to three nearly extinct ancient Campanian grape varietals: Fiano, Greco and Aglianico.
Antonio’s son Piero now runs the estate, and we will be very fortunate to have Piero tuning in to our virtual tasting.
The wine we will be tasting are:
This item is available by pickup only on Thursday, May 13th or Friday, May 14th between 4-10PM.
Add a charcuterie board to your virtual tasting ticket! Only available with wines picked up on Friday, May 14.