The charming and uncontaminated territory of Cilento e Vallo di Diano National Park includes two wine designations of the interesting wine growing panorama of Campania. The designations are relatively recent, but without a doubt bound to gradually connote the rural landscape and to create a very significant development trend. The designations interesting this production area are: DOC Castel San Lorenzo and DOC Cilento. They safeguard the production features of these areas, with grapes characterizing the area for decades and therefore traditional, like Barbera, Sangiovese, Trebbiano, and Malvasia. Moreover, they grow together with local grapes like Aglianico, Greco, and Fiano, locally called Santa Sofia.
The controlled designation of origin Castel San Lorenzo entirely involves the territories of the Municipalities of Castel San Lorenzo, Felitto, and Bellosguardo and partly the Municipalities of Aquara, Castecivita, Roccadaspide, Magliano Vetere, and Ottati. The wines obtaining such designation are Barbera, Red, White, Rosé, and Moscato in the versions Spumante and Lambiccato, deriving from the traditional wine making systems. The recommended grapes to produce these wines are for black grapes: Aglianico, Barbera, Casanese, Piedirosso, Sangiovese, Sciascinoso. And for white grapes: Moscato, Fiano, Greco, Biancolella, Malvasia bianca, and Trebbiano Toscano.