We found our own inspiration

Our goal is to be tangible, like the wine that fills glasses with its flavours. But at the same time we speak to the heart, sharing emotions, feelings and memories that recall the true essence and scents of Friuli.
Aganis Wines is a new project that combines innovation and tradition, environment and sustainability, to tell about Friuli and its infinite nuances.


Our wines

  • FLÔR "flower" Malvasia Local varieties
  • INCJANT "enchantment" Friulano Local varieties
  • DI FLABE “a fairytale” Ribolla Gialla Local varieties
  • PO’ FOLC “and then comes the lightning” Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso Local varieties
  • PETEÇ “chatter” Ribolla Gialla Brut Sparkling wine
  • SLUSINT “brilliant” Pinot Nero Rosé Brut Sparkling wine
  • Chardonnay Chardonnay International
  • Sauvignon Sauvignon International
  • Pinot Grigio Pinot Grigio International
  • Merlot Merlot International
  • Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Sauvignon International
  • Native winegrowers

    We are three brothers, Simone, Alessio and Fabio coming from a family with a long history in winemaking. We learned many secrets, from the vineyard to the winery.
    Here, in Treppo Grande, is where we found out about the Agane (in Friulian aganis), the “spirits” of water, protectors of fishermen and farmers, and guardians of these local Italian traditions. And we immediately fell in love.

  • Our lands

    We are Aganis.
    A dive into the crystal clear water, gushin among the rocks of the morenic hills, down to the Cormôr valley. A flight among leafy branches of ash and mulberry, behind the Eastern wind. The scent of grass in springtime, with daisies, violets and yellow anemones.
    Our gaze towards the horizon, at the base of the Julian Alps, embracing our 15 hectares of forest and 22 hectares of vineyards, with streams and enchanting villages.

  • A truly enchanted land

    We are fully aware that we live in a precious land, mysterious at the same time, to be revealed gradually.
    Here more than anywhere else, the harder and softer layers of sandstone and marl created perfect conditions for growing grapes. This is the ""ponca"".

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