The Campania region preserves ancient and precious vines, which are the basis of an oenology of marked typicality, increasingly appreciated in the world. The regional territory is one of the oldest settlements of the vine and, even today, in the field of international viticulture, is characterized by the presence of centuries-old vines in many vineyards. The wines praised in antiquity by Cicero, Pliny, Martial, Virgil, such as Vitis Hellenica, Vitis Apiana, Vinum Album Phalanginum and Aminea Gemina, to name a few, are the progenitors of Aglianico, Fiano, Falanghina and Greco.