Banear is a relatively young winery that was founded in 1978. The cellar is located in Treppo Grande, Friuli, north-eastern Italy, and at the moment runs more than 450 hectares of vineyards located in the best climatic areas for viniculture: the Collio and Colli Orientali del Friuli, that lie on the hills near the Slovenian border on fertile soil, and the Friuli Grave, that stretches the length of the Tagliamento’s planes.
From these three “Controlled Denomination of Origin” zones the selected grapes of Friuli reach Banear where they become our signature wines. The vinifications processes are based on the traditional methods carefully integrated with the utmost modern technologies.
The white grapes are “white wine made” - the grapes are de-stemmed and then softly pressed. After removing the accumulated sediment, the temperature of the grape-must is immediately and meticulously controlled to start the fermentation. The same care is used for red wines and quality white wines, such as Picolit and Read more »