The Cantina Episcopio is the oldest and best known of the Ravello vineyards. Established in 1860 by Pasquale Palumbo, the vineyard has been handed down through four generations to the great grandson, Marco Vuilleumier. The wines of the Cantina Episcopio first received international recognition in 1880, when a submission earned first place in a prestigious London wine tasting. Today, the vineyard features wines made from local grapes: Ginestrella, Pepella, San Nicola, Biancazita, and Biancatenera for white wines, and Aglianico, Serpentaria, and Piedirosso for red. Some of the other popular wines produced in Ravello include Selva delle Monache, a crisp white wine produced by Ettore Sanmarco, and the red wines produced under the label Vini Gran Caruso.