Our producers’ wines reflect the authenticity and excellence that comes from generations of experience in the vineyard and in the cellar, together with an unwavering focus on quality.




Everything hinges on one exceptionally well exposed  “cru”, or vineyard, on a gentle hillside where about eleven acres of  vines and gardens surround the Zuani cellar.

The varietals planted are Tocai Friulano, Chardonnay, Pinot  Grigio and Sauvignon, a carefully chosen range that produced the first vintage  of Zuani Collio Bianco. The challenge that Patrizia Felluga and her son,  Antonio, have taken up is to make only wines that are genuinely typical of the  region and this territory, the Collio. It is unusual to find a wine made from  Tocai, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and Sauvignon that is not named for its  variety. Zuani Collio Bianco comes from a conscious decision to make a wine  that captures the fabulous aromas and structure of the grapes in the blend. Zuani has produced two complementary wines. The first,  “Zuani Vigne”, is fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel  tanks to bring out its fresh, fruit-rich personality. The second, named simply  “Zuani”, is the estate’s flagship wine, made from selected  late-harvested grapes and aged in small French and American oak barrels, with  frequent lees stirring. The Zuani winery embodies the Felluga family winemaking  heritage and expresses the fundamental unity of the traditional aspects of  Friulian varieties with their more modern side. It is a project the Fellugas  are approaching with an open mind and a fresh, innovative perspective on the  region and its wines. Zuani is Patrizia Felluga’s winery. The cellar applies a  philosophy born of years of experience in vineyard and cellar, backed up by the  knowledge acquired through Patrizia’s proven entrepreneurial skills

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