Campo di Vino brings new definition to the phrase "eat, drink, and be merry." A true reflection of the Italian culture, we offer delicious food derived from family recipes that have stood the tests of time and taste. Our affordable wine selection spans several varietals and regions while appealing to varying palates.
Using only the freshest, hand-picked, quality choice meats and ingredients, we offer chorizo, luganiga, vaniglia or zampet, bratwurst, maple breakfast sausage, salamite, prepared hams, prepared roasts (beef or pork), and more.
Famous for our delicate pasta shell, our ravioli options include meat, lobster, three-cheese, butternut squash, cheese and spinach, and portobello. Gnocchi, angel hair pasta, spaghetti, fettuccine, tortelloni, tagliatelle, and more round out our pasta selection.
Choose from our famous Bolognese, made with the perfect combination of ground pork, ground vegetables and herbs, or opt for Bella Campo, the meat-free marinara version.
Wines & More
Be sure to check out our extensive wine offering, gourmet oils and vinegars, crackers, antipasto (famous Campo family recipe!), pasta frolla, cannoli, and other seasonal specialties.
what people Are saying
I had your salamites the other night...reminded me of my youth. They had wonderful flavor!
I had the opportunity to enjoy your maple breakfast sausage this morning and it was excellent! I can hardly wait to try your luganiga on the grill.
Your antipasto is amazing! So flavorful and delicious. It is a favorite in our family. We will definitely be back for more.
I am an "old" Barre resident who has lived in South Burlington for many years now. We used to get ravioli from the Ravioli Shop and just loved them. Recently a friend from Barre told me about your products and how good they are. Glad to once more to have meat ravioli and a prepared beef roast!"
Everything like Mama and Papa made. Can't be beat and now with curbside pickup, we will be ordering some ravioli and antipasto.
Wanted you to know that the cheese ravioli with the brown butter sage sauce was the biggest hit on my New Year's Eve menu. I also did the first course as you suggested. Melon balls with a roll of prosciutto. Thanks for all the cooking tips. I made sure my guests knew where they could get those great raviolis.
The best you can get! Ravioli and sausage, olive oil and vinegars, wine and more!
"Real" italian sausages, pasta and meat products. Brings me back to Bud's Market - you can't go
Loved the meat ravioli with the bolognese, and cant get enough of the antipasto!
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