Abruzzo is the land where the Farnese Group begins its scalding towards the world. And 'the Caldora and Fantini winery is the strength of the company. Fantini wines reflect all the colors of the land of Abruzzo, they paint enchanting landscapes of taste and live the passion for the endless vineyards that Majella dominates and protects with its maternal roundness. You can watch them slip from the hills to the sea, relax in search of optimal exposures and enjoy a microclimate envied by the whole of Europe. This is why the fruits of this land grow well and grow even better.
Dall'Abruzzo Farnese Group has expanded gradually in Puglia with the Salento vineyards, in Sicily, with Cellaro and Vigneti Zabù, in Basilicata, Vigneti del Vulture, and in Campania, with the Vesevo winery. Now it has also landed in Tuscany, thanks to the partnership with the Rossetti family, where it is enriched with nine other labels.
Farnese vini Farnese Vini is climbing the ranking of the main national producers, now ready for numbers to enter among the 30 leading producers of the annual survey on the Mediobanca sector. But with a particularity: it is the most important in central and southern Italy, in a market dominated by cellars with roots planted from Tuscany up.
And you think that the Farnese company was born only in 1994 and is already making its way into the world with vines and stories of territories that even Italians do not know well.
There are 80 labels known all over the world; from New Zealand to the United States, from Russia to China, the company well established also in Europe.
"What repays me the most of many sacrifices is to see my labels in countries of great wine-making tradition, where affirming is particularly difficult: I think of the many restaurants in France and Spain, our customers, as well as those of Marlborough in New Zealand, or to the Australian McLaren Vale, to the South African and Californian wine territories »says Sciotti, the founder of the Farnese Group.
13 international training winemakers work every day to create quality wines. A staff capable of providing to each small piece of land skills that small producers alone could not afford. Farnese is a niche cellar, but it brings together many small plots and produces 18 million bottles. All different, all of territory: Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Nero d'Avola, Taurasi, Aglianico del Vulture, Primitivo di Manduria, just to mention the regional top varieties. The result: among the top 100 of Wine Spectator Pano del Cerro, Aglianico del Vulture and a barrage of prestigious international awards, in the 2017 winery of the year in Italy, Germany and Belgium.