Producer Profile

Capolino Perlingieri

Alexia Capolino Perlingieri, the third generation in her family to produce wine, carries on her family's viticultural legacy with passion and dedication. Growing up in Solopaca, Campania, she inherited her zeal for viticulture from her mother, one of the region's pioneering wine producers. Despite the closure of her family's winery, Azienda Agricola Volla, in 1992, Alexia persevered, continuing the tradition on a new farm. Today, she practices organic farming on her 40-hectare estate in Solopaca, focusing on indigenous grape varieties and manual harvests to ensure the highest quality grapes enter her cellar. With minimal intervention winemaking and state-of-the-art equipment, Alexia crafts exceptional wines that reflect the unique terroir of Campania. - Cream Wine

Where The Wines Come From


Natural wine production in Campania, Italy, celebrates the region's ancient winemaking traditions and diverse terroir. Nestled in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius and overlooking the picturesque Bay of Naples, Campania boasts a rich viticultural heritage dating back to antiquity. Here, native grape varieties such as Aglianico, Fiano, and Greco thrive in the region's volcanic soils and Mediterranean climate, yielding wines of remarkable character and complexity. Natural winemakers in Campania embrace a holistic approach to viticulture, prioritizing organic and biodynamic farming methods to nurture healthy vineyards and vibrant ecosystems. In the cellar, they eschew modern additives and manipulation, favoring spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts and minimal sulfur usage. The resulting wines are a reflection of their terroir, with a purity of fruit, lively acidity, and a distinctive volcanic minerality. Whether enjoyed young and vibrant or aged to develop additional depth and nuance, Campanian natural wines offer a captivating expression of the region's ancient winemaking heritage and a true taste of la dolce vita.