Saturday September 19, 2020

Sweet taste of the Caesars’ wine

The Mount Vesuvius volcano looms over Naples in southern Italy.

24th July, 2010

The Mount Vesuvius volcano looms over Naples in southern Italy.

It has formed the land, the mountains, the wines and the soil, but above all it has formed the people.

One of those people is Antonio Capaldo, a 34-year-old high-flyer who spent ten years at the top of his game in investment banking before his family lured him back to become chairman of southern Italy’s finest winery, Feudi di San Gregorio.

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