The varied and wide-ranging production is in the range of four million bottles and is divided into three distinct brands: Janare, Fremondo and Classico, as well as the sparkling spumante wines produced with both the Charmat or Martinotti method, or the more traditional classic method.

The Janare wine was intended primarily to safeguard and improve local grape varieties, above all Falanghina and Aglianico. The original idea was to enhance those particularly unique characteristics that exist between a specific grape variety and the geographical location where that type of grape is found. This was the first experiment of its kind and has since been referred to as zonation. The seven different varieties available in this line are all named after those particular areas where the grapes are grown. read more...


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