Fiano di Avellino Docg

Fiano di Avellino Docg

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92 point from James Suckling for vintage 2021

91 points from James Suckling for vintage 2018

Vinification technique:
Only the first pressing of the grapes is used for this wine, our finest Fiano. This free run juice is the best possible and it is fermented with great care using selected yeasts in temperature controlled tanks. The wine rests on the lees for eight months to add structure and complexity. Malolactic conversion is partial, depending on the natural acidity of the vintage. Before bottling, the wine is lightly filtered and stored at cellar temperature until we judge it to be ready for the market.

Sensorial description:
The wine is pale yellow with light green reflections. To the nose it presents an aromatic pallet beginning with a distinctive note of pear which evolves into banana and exotic fruits. Then a final bouquet of white flowers mainly jasmine and lily emerges. In the mouth an initial taste of almond gives way to the floral nature of this wine. The aroma of white flowers settles around the palate leaving a feeling of freshness and a taste of lime with notes of wild flowers.

Food pairing:

This wine matches beautifully with sushi, light dishes of white meat in sauce, most Neapolitan dishes including fried vegetables and fishes. Great as an aperitif wine.

Serving temperature: 10-12 °C

In one of the vineyards of our Fiano, one can still find the old traditional system of raggiera, which consists in crossing the branches of two vines planted in pairs. This method, no longer in use, can bring surprising results.