Italy Gets Its Own Napa-Style Center for Wine, Food, and Culture

Jo Cooke
Issue: September 30, 2004

One of southern Italy's most dynamic estates, Feudi di San Gregorio, has opened a new $20-million winery, visitor center and cultural complex. The monumental structure, set in the hills of Campania, is unique for Italy, where most wineries have only a small area set aside to welcome visitors.

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