Our portfolio of wines includes many international award winning vintages. Look for the following symbols which denote these prizes!
Winner of the prestigious Tre Bicchieri award, from Gambero Rosso.
Winner of the Gold Medal at the World Sauvignon competition.
Awarded 90+ points from Gilbert & Gaillard international wine guide.
Winner of the 2015 'Special Emerging Winery' Award from Gambero Rosso
The Zamó family is one of few to have collaborated with the internationally renowned oenologist, Franco Bernabei, and it shows. The flagship product of the winery, this wine is a rare red blend with a Friuli twist, coming from the addition of the native variety “Pignolo”. The first red wine from Friuli to win the “Tre Bicchieri” highest award in 1988, this blend is still prized and honored today as one of the best in Italy.
Italian pinot nero? Just give it a try! The pride and joy of this winery, this wine really sets itself apart, even from the California pinots - dry and light, this is a real surprise! Only exceptional vintages are considered for wine making.
Saved from the brink of extinction only in the 1970’s, the schioppettino grape, a spicy, peppery native variety to Friuli-Venezia-Giulia, is extremely exclusive and sought after. The name means “gunshot” or “little crack” in Italian, because the grapes appear to be so tightly filled that they “explode” (schioppettare) in the mouth. This varietal is frequently known as “Ribolla Nera” amongst Friuli locals. Despite having recently been planted in one winery in California which is daring enough to try making this Italian relic, it dates back to at least 1282 in Italy and will remain a true Italian treasure.