Marco Felluga
19 June 2017
La Gerla
16 June 2017


S ince establishing Terredora in 1978, Terredora has been dedicated to producing wine through a combination of modern technology and traditional methods. In 1994, when the Mastroberardino family split, Terredora pursued a concept focused on vineyards that strengthened their avant-garde character.

Terredora is located in Irpinia, Campania, where some of the most fascinating wines in Italy are produced. This is made possible by the region's unique microclimate, soil, and ancient autochthonous grape varieties such as Aglianico, Fiano, Greco, and Falanghina.

The return to ancestry and tradition is important in Terredora's daily work, and the goal is to create wines that are elegant, drinkable, and a true representation of the terroir.

Terredora's focus is on rediscovering and cultivating Campania's ancient and autochthonous varieties, such as Aglianico, Fiano, Greco, and Falanghina. The winery combines tradition and innovation to create wines that are both identity and alive representation of the terroir.