The agricultural farm Di Meo is the property of Erminia, and her brothers Generoso and Roberto Di Meo. The property extends onto the hills of Salza Irpina, 550 meters above sea level. The heart of the farm’s activity is a beautiful eighteenth century farm house which once served as a shooting lodge to Caracciolo, prince of Avellino. The vineyards are still tended by hand, and the grapes are grown exclusively from the vines owned by the family in the Avellino province. The Di Meo family continues a program which strongly aims to save the most ancient vineyards, and to the rediscovery of the most valuable wines symbolizing the winemaking history and traditions of Irpina and Campania.