The Basilicata is located in southern Italy, between the Pulia region in the east and Campania in the west. 11,000 hectares of vines are planted here, usually very fragmented in small parcels. The main red grape variety is the Aglianico del Vulture , the local white grapes are Bombino Bianco, Fiano, Greco and Malvasia. Due to the high altitude of many vineyards, the Basilicata wines can have fresh structure despite their southern origin. They usually have an excellent price-quality ratio.