The authentic taste of southern Italy

Fanuli Group is based in Salento, a macro area of the Apulia region that represents the most a southeastern Italy, encompassing the entire province of Lecce and parts of the provinces of Brindisi and Taranto. Washed by the Adriatic Sea to the east and the Ionian Sea to the west, Salento is a very sunny area, whose Mediterranean climate is characterized by long, hot summers and constant sea breezes that, constantly blowing over the vineyards, contribute to the healthiness of the grapes with their natural anti-parasitic action.

The 3 main stages

Viticulture requires great care and attention during the three main stages to ensure the quality of the grapes and, consequently, the wine produced. Fanuli Group is committed to following these processes with the utmost care and attention to produce high quality grapes for its customers.


Pruning is the first stage of the vine growing process, which takes place during the winter. During this stage, vines are trimmed in order to concentrate their energy in the remaining parts and regulate their future development.


Flowering is the stage when vines produce their flowers, which are then transformed into fruit. This stage occurs in the spring and is a crucial time for cultivation, as it determines the quantity and quality of the grapes that will be harvested in the future.


Harvesting is the last stage of the grape growing process and takes place in the fall. During this stage, the grapes are harvested by hand or with the help of special machinery, and are taken to the winery to be processed into wine.

Cutting-edge technologies

We were among the first to adopt the integrated viticulture, an approach that aims to reduce the use of chemicals and minimize the environmental impact of winemaking activities.

In addition, through the use of monitoring stations, we are able to collect a vast amount of data on our vineyards. They are analyzed in real timeby an algorithm that allows us to obtain detailed information about conditions so that we can prevent problems and take timely action.

The transition to integrated viticulture and the use of monitoring units are just a few examples of how Fanuli Group stays abreast of the latest innovations in the industry, while never losing sight of our philosophy of producing high-quality grapes while respecting the environment and the land.

Our varieties

We are proud to present our grape varieties. Each of them is cultivated with the utmost care and attention, ensuring the quality that distinguishes our products. Discover the peculiarities of each variety and be won over by their intensity and unmistakable taste.


Originating in Apulia, it produces an intense, full-bodied red wine with notes of ripe fruit and spices. Primitivo has become increasingly popular in recent years because of its aromatic complexity and ability to age well.


This variety also comes from our territory and is very popular for the production of red wines. Negroamaro has a strong taste, with notes of red fruit and spices, and is often used for the production of mid- to high-end wines.

Malvasia Nera di Lecce

Native to Apulia, it produces deep-colored red wines with an intense and complex aroma characterized by hints of red fruit, spices and tobacco notes. Because of its versatility, it can be used for both aging and young wines.


This white grape variety is grown mainly in Sardinia and produces a fresh, fragrant wine with notes of citrus and flowers. Vermentino pairs well with fish and seafood dishes and is ideal to enjoy during hot summer days.


Also known as Shiraz, this black grape variety is grown primarily in Sicily. The wine made from Syrah is full-bodied and spicy, with notes of black fruit and black pepper. It pairs well with meat dishes, especially spicy and spicy ones.

Nero di Troia

Its aromas are complex and rich, with notes of ripe red fruit, spices and herbaceous hints. Nero di Troia is one of the most representative grapes of the Apulian territory, and thanks to its organoleptic peculiarities, it is used to produce wines of great value and longevity.


Native to'Emilia Romagna, Lambrusco is a variety of black grape used for the production of light, sparkling wines. This wine is often associated with the culinary tradition of Emilia, and is ideal for accompanying homemade dishes.


This white grape variety is one of the most widely grown in the world and produces a dry, fruity white wine. Chardonnay is often aged in wooden barrels, which give it notes of vanilla and butter. It pairs well with many dishes, from pasta to seafood.


L'Merlot grape is a variety of French origin, also widespread in Italy. It produces wines with a deep ruby red color and a fruity, spicy aroma. It is particularly appreciated for its versatility in combination with various dishes, from meat to pasta.


Its uniqueness lies in the production of a very intense, full-bodied red wine with spicy and fruity aromas. The grapes are characterized by a thick skin and rich in polyphenols, which makes them suitable for vinification either on their own or in blends with other varieties.

Fanuli Group

Who we are

Fanuli Group is a company specializing in the cultivation of vineyards for the production of high-quality grapes.

Thanks to our many years of experience in the industry, we have acquired in-depth knowledge of the world of viticulture and are able to offer highly professional and personalized wine consulting services.

The group has a team of experts to advise and study the plant, creating a customized plan of action for each vineyard.

Grape Varieties
Years in the industry