An Open-air Laboratory: Buffalo Mozzarella and Fine Wine at Campania's San Salvatore 1988
Photo courtesy: Will Chaplin Photography
Most people heading to Campania aim to visit Pompeii to visit its historical ruins. However, few people outside of Italy are aware of the equally enchanting Paestum, a scenic, park-like cultural treasure dating from the 6th century BCE. Even fewer travelers know about the fascinating wines from this region and the innovations taking place there. A leading light in the Paestum IGT denomination is Azienda Agricola San Salvatore 1988, in the heart of Cilento National Park. San Salva
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