In 1999 a group of friends with the same passion for oenology founded the Azienda Agricola Vigne Irpine, starting with a limited production of Fiano di Avellino DOCG and Greco di Tufo DOCG, the two most strictly identifying white wines of the territory.
In 2000, the Year of the Jubilee, was produced the first red wine, called Giubilo, made from Aglianico grapes and six months aging in barrique, becoming one of the strong pieces of the company, as well as the first wine receiving formal recognition. In 2003 wine production includes Aglianico DOC, Falanghina DOC, Coda di Volpe DOC and Taurasi DOCG; in this period both logo and label were redesigned by Mastergrafica srl with gilded Greek decoration.
2007 is the year of a new challenge: the production of a hight quality rosè wine exclusively with Aglianico grapes. This is how the award-winning Taurosae was born, celebrated for two years by Gambero Rosso as the best rosé wine in Italy. These are the years of the most profound renewal: technological innovation coincides with the renovation of the historic property, respecting its original characteristics. Thanks to these investments, in 2013 starts the production of three newborn sparkling wines (Irpinia Fiano Spumante Brut DOP, Falanghina spumante extra dry and Rosa è extra dry sparkling wine), elaborated with charmat method.
The following years were rich in gratifications, culminating in awarding of Greco di Tufo DOCG during the Vinitaly 2019. Despite the difficulties and unforeseen events of 2020, Vigne Irpine invests in a new design restyling, involving bottles, labels, even the logo. The company thus shows its intention to adapt to the times by evolving, respecting its own tradition and land: Irpinia.