OVER THE CENTURIES, AN INTOXICATING WHIRLWIND OF MAGIC.
The most representative image of the Janare is an engraving taken from a late-19th-century text showing a circle of women dancing around the iconic walnut tree sacred to them. It is precisely from this ancient drawing that the contemporary work ‘Janara Bianca’, which the Samnite painter Carmine Maffei has created by reinterpreting these mythical figures in a modern key, takes its inspiration.
TWO WORLDS THAT FIND EXPRESSION IN TWO DIFFERENT SPARKLING WINES. AN ITALIAN METHOD AND A CLASSIC METHOD THAT DRAW THEIR ELEGANCE FROM THE TERROIR.
The grapes destined for the production of Janare Metodo Italiano spumante are grown on the fertile banks of the Calore River, where the deep, calcareous, permeable and well-drained loamy-sandy soils give this sparkling wine a refined and lively flavour. Janare Metodo Classico spumante, on the other hand, is the result of a special zoning method thanks to which, year after year, only the best vines are selected, located in the most suitable production sites, and is the product of a mosaic of different soils.