The Fuju Forza range is a good concept, they are fast, light and comfortable. They seem to lack the threaded eyelets on the frame and fork for a rack and fenders, which limits their use for winter, utility or touring use.
What size are you looking at for your wife?
The smaller sizes seem to have a bodged geometry to fit the large sized wheels. The angle for seat tube (75) and headtube (69)are very suspect. If they fit the rider, all is well, but the net result is to force the rider further forward over the pedals, and to make the steering a bit vague.
On smaller sized bikes, keep a close watch for any overlap between the toes and the front wheel.
The ideal solution for smaller performance sport/touring bikes is to use smaller 26" MTB wheels, but only niche manufacturers like Terry do this.
I know several UK manufacturers who make nice , good value, fast, practical bikes for women, for a good example see: