Vesevo is located in Campania and is part of the Farnese Vini group. The name Farnese in the Abruzzo region dates back to 1538 with wine production beginning in 1994. Vesevo is named after the famed volcano Mt. Vesuvio, in whose shadow the vineyards can be found, paying homage to the sleeping giant that created this wonderful territory. The winery has a close and well-developed association with the best growers in the area comprising approximately 60 hectares of carefully selected and tended
vineyards. The vineyards enjoy the rich volcanic soils which impart mineral nuances to the wines. The wines are crafted by a team headed by internationally known Alberto Antonini. All grapes are hand-picked and then enjoy the best of modern technology to embody a reinterpretation of the winemaking which has taken place here for thousands of years.