Fantini Vini

Fantini Vini was established in 1994 and in a few years has become the leading company in Abruzzo and South Italy in exported volumes, able to draw the attention of the industry’s main experts for the modern entrepreneurial approach, the strict quality standards and the quick commercial penetration.

 

The company is producing today over 20 million bottles, more than 96% exported to 82 Countries, for a turnover of about 70 million Euros and a record increase in volume in the last two years which keeps growing relentlessly.

 

18 talented young winemakers, with international experience, do their very best each day to produce high quality wines in six different regions of Southern-Central Italy: Abruzzo, Toscana, Campania, Basilicata, Apulia, Sicily.

 

Farnese Group has been named “Best Italian Producer” in 2016, 2017 and 2019 by one of the most important Italian wine guide, “Annuario dei Migliori Vini Italiani” by Luca Maroni; it was named “Best Italian Producer” in 2017 and 2020 by the important German wine challenge “Mundus Vini” and “Winemaker of the Year 2021” by Belgian wine writer Alain Bloeykens. Fantini also received the Frankfurt International Trophy for “Best Italian Producer 2021”; moreover, the wine Edizione Cinque Autoctoni – the company flagship - was named “best wine of the year” for 9 times; more than 70 gold medals and international awards and accolades have been received in the last years, including the “Wine Spectator TOP100”.

 

Find more about Fantini Vini : www.fantiniwines.com

 

Besides wine growing, Fantini has another great passion: cycling!

 

Fantini has been involved in cycling for several years and is currently a sponsor of the Israel Start up Nation team.

Fantini is also an official supplier of the UCI 2021 Road World Championships, here in Belgium.

 

 

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