From an 8 ha. vineyard, at an elevation of 300 - 400 m.asl. Soil is a combination of chalk and clay. Vines are guyot-trained. 3,400 vines planted per ha.
Harvested in the first half of September. Cold maceration is carried out at 8°C, followed by a soft pressing. Fermented in stainless steel containers for 15 days at a controlled temperature of 13 - 14°C. Bottled the following March, then aged in the bottle.
From the ‘Janare’ line, a selection of wines intended to reflect autochthonous grape varieties, including Falanghina, Greco, Fiano and Aglianico. The Janare group of wines is La Guardiense’s first attempt at officialising a local denomination. The names of the 7 crus making up the Janare range were purposely selected from local lore thought to be evocative of the particular characteristics of each grape variety.