Irpinia is the historical name for the province of Avellino in the Italian region of Campania. Wines labeled as Irpinia IGT include Bianco and Rosso, which can be produced as a dry table wine or a passito. The wines must be produced from grapes grown in the province of Avellino.

Examples of an Irpinia Bianco IGT would be a white blend containing both Greco and Fiano, as it would not be possible to label this wine as a DOP. There are at least two examples of such wines imported into the US and as the wine is an IGT, it is a bit of a trial wine for the producer; in these cases, the trials have been very successful. An example of an Irpinia IGT would be an Aglianico not aged long enough under DOP regulations. (Wine/Appellations)